Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 5, 2020

A Beautiful Botanical Animation

Botanical Animation “Story of Flowers”
Produced by AMKK
Directed by Azuma Makoto
Illustration by Katie Scott
Animation by James Paulley

This “Botanical Animation” is an independent art project from AMKK, who create various works of art using flowers and plants.
The animation was developed for kids to show the life cycle of flowers. Azuma made the original story and requested London-based illustrator and animator Katie and James breathe life into the animation with their beautiful work.

Story:
Many different flowers are growing beautifully and strongly in this world. Taking their roots in the earth, sprouting, blooming, pollination by birds and insects, living on in spite of rain, wind and storms.
They pass on the baton of life, rebirth and decay.
Everything is so in a continuous, endless cycle. This is the story and message of this animation.
Katie’s delicate and lively illustration spreads to fill the screen and everybody, both kids and adults can enjoy this 4 minute animation.


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