A Brief History of Pretty Much Everything

This imag­i­na­tive bit was a stu­den­t’s final project for an art course. The flip­book, made entire­ly out of biro pens, was cre­at­ed with 2100 pages of draw­ings and took about 3 weeks to devel­op. Need­less to say, the stu­dent got an A.

Thanks to @kirstinbutler for flag­ging this one.

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  • IMH says:


    Nice to see a A/S stu­dent cel­e­brat­ed in such a way.

    I’ve let the cre­ator of the piece know via YouTube that they have made it onto Open Cul­ture so hope­ful­ly they’ll vis­it soon and post a com­ment.


  • J Bell says:

    Thanks IMH for let­ting me know about this!

    When I made the ani­ma­tion, I had no idea it would go any fur­ther than the reach­es of my school or local area, so see­ing here it is a real thrill.

    Very hap­py to be a part of this web­site!

  • Dan Colman says:

    Hi J,

    Thanks for stop­ping by and con­grat­u­la­tions on the atten­tion your work well deserves. Kudos!


  • MillyMcAwesome says:

    Love it. Espe­cial­ly, the crotch hit.

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