Léo Verrier pays tribute to Jackson Pollock in beautiful animated short ‘Dripped’

Posted in Art, Film, Short Films
By Sam Bathe on 1 Sep 2014



Inviting viewers back to 1950s New York, director Léo Verrier‘s animated short Dripped explores artist Jackson Pollock’s quest to find his creative voice. With frequently supernatural artistic powers, Pollock sneaks into the city’s museums to snatch the best art for inspiration, before growing frustrated at still life his discovers what will become his unique flair. Making smart use of colour, or there lack of, Verrier’s short is a visual feast, exploring creative inspiration, innovation and voice.

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