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An ice cream monster born from a petri dish, genetic modification gone wrong or an imaginative child’s wildest lolly-shaped dreams? Watch LCC graduates Elizabeth Bradley and Jessica Bishopp’s animation and decide for yourself.
Creative duo, Elizabeth Bradley and Jessica Bishopp, two students on London College of Communication’s Diploma in Professional Studies programme, had their short animated film screened as part of the Jotta and Fallon water projections at Latitude Festival this summer.
Their film is a winning combination of every big kid's favourite things- science and icecream! A timelapse animation that begins with petri dish - where the creation is concocted through various gloopy melting flavours. And out of the sticky, sugary bath an icecream monster is born!
IceCream monster was one of 12 short films selected to be screen on a giant water screen at the centre of the festival. Water from the Latitude lake is pumped onto a circular metal disc and dispersed into a 10m-wide wet-wall. The water droplets are so fine that they catch and refract the light projected onto them.