Blood Ink

18 November 2012

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The writer does not always have a comfortable relationship with the words that he writes or with the ink with which he writes the words. Anyone who has attempted to create something special in the written form will probably recognize that sentiment, and here it becomes a stunning visual metaphor.

Blood Ink (Sang d'Encre in the original French) was created by three students at Bellecour, Tom Gouill, Jeoffrey Lavanche et Mélanie Tournois.  You can see more details about this short – and others created at this outstanding school of the arts, over at their blog.

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