The Best Thing I’ve Seen Today: Kelli Anderson’s Human Body App
Normally I try to at least attempt to briefly summarize the projects/bits of internet I feature here…. but really, this one is just too epic to not direct you straight to her process-filled blog post about it: http://kellianderson.com/blog/2013/08/illustrating-tinybops-1st-app/
“Anderson worked with friends who own Tinybop, a company that creates systems-thinking apps for children, to produce over 200 illustrations of parts of the human body — bones, nerves, teeth, guts, even chewed-up food — to show the digestion process.
In addition to the required drawings, she also worked on an unsolicited, secret side project for Tinybop — an unglossy stop-motion app video she made out of paper, glue, and other articles originating from her desk drawer. What she ended up producing is so inspiring and creative that you need to watch the video to see for yourself. To read more about Kelli’s process and the Human Body app, visit her blog post where she describes her process.” (via DesignWorkLife)