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Nov 16, 2009 | 9:56 PM EST

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Yo. I've not submitted anything for a while, so here you go something from uni. I made this for fun after getting the idea the other morning while in the shower. That day I printed n cut out my stencil, the next day I painted & animated it - on my shower wall.

The idea is basically how the image of Che Guevara is eradicating, its just an image nowadays - iconic nonetheless - but iconic of what? Ignorant rebellion? Most people (like myself) need to scratch beneath the surface to see what's there.

I guess you'd class this as stop motion animation?

Music recorded by me and my friend this morning, a few sounds used from the free sound project (thanks to Sikoses & Corsica_S)

It's a shame to say it - because youtube is slowly devolving, being taken over by adverts and such, but you can see a higher quality version on Youtube- tch?v=IqJU2zQPX1Y



Rated 5 / 5 stars


I agree with your statement. It seems that everyone is really quick to throw his image on a tee shirt or a hat, and wear it around (at any college near you) but 99% of those people don't know who he is or what he stood for.

Bansky did some street art with the same opinion. Im totally not a commie, I just agree with your thoughts!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


That was a really good effect!.. i've done a bit of animating like that but not with wet paint.. and it had a good message behind it..

except.. i just sent my application to start work at maccas today :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

being a communist from NY

I fully understand what you are saying

"Viva La Revoluzion!"


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Che a Pop Diva but not an ICON

I really get you on this even in Mexico I see kids on network television wearing his face as if he stands for a cool picture and nothing more. A very important figure of people uprising to make a change now is nothing more than a pop image which people think is cool rather than his legacy.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

*Clap clap*

Very, very good