Bill Plympton: “Look at the world like you’ve never seen it before…”

On Creativity sits down with legendary animator and award-winning filmmaker Bill Plympton, as he discusses the creative process, having the mind of a child and drawing for 12 hours a day.

Bill Plympton was nominated for an academy award for his animated short “Your Face.” His work has appeared in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, MTV’s Liquid Television, and most recently “Adventures in Plymptoons”, a documentary about his life.

With the “OnCreativity” series, Plazm explores the nature of creativity and how it works via informal interviews with designers, artists, musicians, animators, and educators. Like creativity itself, their differing points of view inspire, provoke, confuse, and delight.

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