Over the past decades, we have seen the proliferation of digital components and technology experiences and we often wonder how we, as DIY artists, designers, and makers, would survive the rise of this new digital era.
Made You Look is a new documentary evidence that people are still using analogue means to create things. It is a film about the UK graphic arts and illustration industry, with a DIY scene thriving alongside the rise of new media.
The film is set up to explore these questions and take a close-up look at how Britain’s creatives, artists, and makers are facing a major challenge both to identify themselves, build strong analogue means of creating things, and sustain themselves. With stimulating and provocative commentary and thoughts from legendary creatives such as Kate Moross, Anthony Burrill, Sam Arthur from Nobrow and Ed Cheverton, this film promises to be a rare insight into artists at work and play in their own creative environments.
The film is due for limited theatrical release in 2015 and will be premiered at a major UK Arts festival.