The film, directed by Anthony Peters and Paul O'Connor, explores the rise of analog craft making in a digital age

These days artists, designers, creatives, and practically all makers have various sorts of cutting-edge technology and tools within their reach to create high-tech, modern and impressive work. However, parallel to this digital movement is a similar shift towards forgoing the digital for analog tools and methods.

A documentary called Made You Look explores this movement and delves into the emerging and fast-growing DIY graphic arts scene in the UK.

The film features interviews with top creatives, publishers and agencies in the UK and shows how they are using tangible mediums to create their work even though they exist in highly digital times.

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