TED-Ed animation Exhibit

TED-Ed animation

This animation from Bristol-based duo Uncle Ginger unravels how Hitler rose to power in a democratic society.

Uncle Ginger, the Bristol-based creative studio of illustrators Owen Gent and Hugh Cowling, created an animated lesson for TED-Ed to explain how Hitler rose to power in a democratic society. Through a refined color palette of black, beige and red, simple illustrations fade in and out, fluidly taking viewers through the circumstances surrounding the Nazi Party’s birth and growth. Well received since its release in July 2016, the film provides a history lesson that still resonates today, culminating in a warning of “how fragile democratic institutions can be in the face of angry crowds and a leader willing to feed their anger and exploit their fears.”

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