This Chain Reaction Goes From The Physical World To The Digital World
Feb 20, 2015
Initially working at Neatorama, a video aggregator site, she currently works as a freelance designer, animator and concept artist. In her spare time, Lohbeck creates projects like "Deskloop," where she sets off chain reactions with items on her desk and desktop screen.
YouTube user Evelien Lohbeck was born and raised in the Netherlands and attended school at the Art Academy of St. Joost in Breda. She received a degree in animation in 2008. By the time Lohbeck graduated, she had created and designed 17 short films among numerous other works.