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“I don’t talk during movies. I interact.” - Daniel Ojanlatva

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Here’s a fun opportunity to incorporate a bit of Who Framed Roger Rabbit or Cool World style into your wardrobe. Taipei-based designers Chay Su and Rika Lin of JumpFromPaper created a line of mind-bending backpacks, handbags and purses that are completely functional but look like they’ve been plucked from a 2D cartoon universe and placed here in our own.

JumpFromPaper just launched their new SS 15 Collection, which features a variety of styles and colors. Visit their website for more information.

[via Twisted Sifter]

  • what she says:I'm fine.
  • what she means:In Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Roger puts his hand down on a dusty chair. When he takes his hand away there are finger prints in the dust. Someone took the time to make sure the prints matched exactly to his cartoon hands. The editing is flawless. So much love and attention went into this movie, so many details that would only be seen through careful re-watching. Also you get to see Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny in the same scene which is pretty cool.

One of the biggest tells that The Academy doesn’t respect animation is that “Animation” is considered a genre unto itself.

Animation is so much broader than a single genre:

You’ve got Westerns

You’ve got Action/Horror

You’ve got Murder Mysteries (or whatever the heck this show was…don’t look into it if you’re faint of heart, believe me. There’s animal death.)

Then there’s your crime dramadies/buddy films

And a LOT of Social Commentary

There’s Zombie Movies

Super Hero flicks

And of course, there’sChicken Run

PLUS the post that inspired this, going over all the great genres JUST IN DISNEY FILMS

Conclusion: Animation is a different medium, not a genre.