Lego animator creates Canterbury tales from Autumn rugby Tests : STV

December 14, 2012

He’s the young film-maker who provides the missing link between Nick Park and Murrayfield Stadium. But, whereas Park used Plasticine to create Wallace and Gromit, Graham Love has brought rugby to the public gaze with the use of plastic bricks.

The 19-year-old, from Aberdeen, has already used Lego to recreate Gazza’s tears, re-enact the fearful All Black haka, and reinterpret some of the biggest names in international sport. And now, he has been signed up by the New Zealand sports kit giants, Canterbury.

The Scot’s previous productions, including quirky takes on last year’s Rugby World Cup, and football’s Euro 2012, have attracted more than a million hits on YouTube…

via Lego animator creates Canterbury tales from Autumn rugby Tests | Magazine | Aberdeen | STV.

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