The term Mono-print refers to the producing of a single unique print. In this workshop students animate signature buildings of Paris transforming each other. Buildings are Louvre Museum, Palais Garnier, Sacré-Cœur, Arc de Triomphe, Gare De Paris-Est, Eiffel Tower, Centre Georges Pompidou, Notre Dame de Paris and Moulin Rouge. After they created their pencil drawings, they mono-printed each drawing to create the animation. 

The term Mono-print refers to the producing of a single unique print. In this workshop students animate signature buildings of Paris transforming each other. Buildings are Louvre Museum, Palais Garnier, Sacré-Cœur, Arc de Triomphe, Gare De Paris-Est, Eiffel Tower, Centre Georges Pompidou, Notre Dame de Paris and Moulin Rouge. After they created their pencil drawings, they mono-printed each drawing to create the animation. 

 The term Mono-print refers to the producing of a single unique print. In this workshop students animate signature buildings of Paris transforming each other. Buildings are Louvre Museum, Palais Garnier, Sacré-Cœur, Arc de Triomphe, Gare De Paris-Est, Eiffel Tower, Centre Georges Pompidou, Notre Dame de Paris and Moulin Rouge. After they created their pencil drawings, they mono-printed each drawing to create the animation. 

The term Mono-print refers to the producing of a single unique print. In this workshop students animate signature buildings of Paris transforming each other. Buildings are Louvre Museum, Palais Garnier, Sacré-Cœur, Arc de Triomphe, Gare De Paris-Est, Eiffel Tower, Centre Georges Pompidou, Notre Dame de Paris and Moulin Rouge. After they created their pencil drawings, they mono-printed each drawing to create the animation. 

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