- Kenny Sing is a graphic designer and ceramist.
- He creates zoetropes, or phenakistoscopes, on bowls and vases.
- As the piece spins under a strobe light, the design looks like it’s changing and moving.
Kenny Sing is a graphic designer and ceramist who creates zoetrope designs on ceramics. As the piece spins under an extremely fast strobe light, the shapes look like they’re moving and changing. This art form began in the 1800s with a toy called the phenakistoscope, an animation device that creates the illusion of fluid motion.
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