“Crayona” by Aishwarya Sadasivan

SCAD Motion Media student Aishwarya Sadasivan describes her animated allegory “Cayona” as “a personal dedication to the wonderful immigrants who have found their happy kingdom – America.”

Aishwarya Sadasivan: “Like any other immigrant, I too left my home to come to this country to pursue my dream and passion. It was one of the best decisions of my life.

“This country is a land of immigrants that embraces individuality and uniqueness of a person. Sadly, due to some small-minded people; ignorant thoughts are being spread regarding immigrants.
 
Aishwarya Sadasivan Crayona animated short film| STASH MAGAZINE

Aishwarya Sadasivan Crayona animated short film| STASH MAGAZINE

“Through my animation, I want to show people the beauty of accepting change and embracing diversity. Instead of being swept up by a small mindset regarding who belongs in this country, we should spread the message of collective unity and looking beyond one’s skin color.

“Like a box of crayons, America is a box of racially diverse people. The message I want to send is ‘Diversity is beautiful.’”
 
Aishwarya Sadasivan Crayona animated short film| STASH MAGAZINE

Aishwarya Sadasivan Crayona animated short film| STASH MAGAZINE

Aishwarya Sadasivan Crayona animated short film| STASH MAGAZINE

Design/animation: Aishwarya Sadasivan
Music: Ashwin Srinivas
Voice Over: Kiara R
Faculty Advisor: Kelly Carlton
Special Thanks: MOME Professors, Akhila Johny, Sampreet Kishan, Terra Preston, Kelsey Gloria, Sunny Yazdani, friends, family
 
 

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  1. Hahas says:

    Great work but ignorant brainwashed mind on social issues who doesn’t understand the difference between legal and illegal.

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