Animations by Vince Collins

5 Oct

Euphoria (1974)
200 (1975)
Fantasy (1976)
Malice in Wonderland (1982)

The animation I’ve embedded is one of his least disturbing, Life is Flashing Before Your Eyes (1984). Now, you should be aware these are some heavy mindfuck material, especially Malice in Wonderland.
Quotes: “Malice in Wonderland is the only video on Youtube that actually scared me. Thank you.”
“your malice vid has scarred me for life man”

Vince has his own Youtube channel, but is not producing the time-consuming hand drawn stuff anymore, because this isn’t the 1970s, when there was grant money flying around for artists like him.

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