Andrew Park (animator)
Andrew Park (born in south London, United Kingdom) is an English animator best known for making a 14-part series of 10-minute whiteboard animations for the Royal Society of Arts's channel theRSAorg which became the No.1 nonprofit channel worldwide with 46 million views.
Andrew Park created the original concept and design for the RSA Animate cartoon series that has transferred the contents of RSA speeches and books to the medium of (hand-drawn) cartoon animations.
The first whiteboard animation drawn by Andrew Park in the RSA Animate series was based on Stein Ringen's Book, "The Economic Consequences of Mr Brown" given as a speech delivered for RSA.
The most recently drawn is based on a 500-page book by psychiatrist Iain McGilchrist on the topic of the divided (human) brain.
Other notable work
- Halliday, Josh (2011-10-21). "Internet users get animated about RSA short film series: Andrew Park's videos, which are drawn from capitalism and education speeches, have received 46m YouTube hits". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 2011-11-10.
- Series of 10-minute animations listed on the Royal Society of Arts website's http://comment.rsablogs.org.uk/videos/ page
- About Andrew Park at Cognitive Media website
- The video on the power of vaccines (for the Gates Foundation)
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