Not long ago, handwriting was taken for granted as something anyone could generally do well. Today, children are taught how to type on tablets - putting pen to paper is an afterthought.
INK is a short documentary about the lost art of handwriting and how one artist - Toronto-based freelance photographer Tanja Tiziana - has rediscovered it. The film was shot in early 2015, and released publicly on July 7, 2015. It's since been watched 70,000+ times on Vimeo (not counting Globe & Mail views or Bell TV1 views).
The short was featured on featured on The Verge; Digg; Sploid/Gizmodo; Design Taxi; CBC Metro Morning; The Globe and Mail; The National Screen Institute
Extra Features! These are unedited pieces from my talk with Tanja that, while they didn't fit within the narrowed scope of the final piece, I felt deserved to be shared never the less. They can also be seen with behind the scenes photos on the official page for the short: www.madetoorderfilms.com/ink
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