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  • Jenna Breitbach-Eldredge

    Stop-motion animation with cut paper showing how the human body works by Kelli Anderson for Tinybop’s Human Body App.

  • Silvana Brant

    The #HumanBody done in stop motion #papercraft. Great work.!

  • Brian Laramee

    The Human Body is the first release from design studio Tinybop as part of theirExplorer’s Library series that seeks to “help children develop a foundational understanding of the world.”

  • HEALTH COACH

    The Human Body in stop motion paper craft for Tinybop's Human Body App, which teaches kids about how body systems function by Kelli Anderson

  • Erin Pritchard

    Human Body App, which teaches kids about how body systems function. #design #stopmotion #paper #art

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