There’s no doubt that animators see the world in a completely different way. They don’t sense it like something static; the world is changeable, transformable and improvable in every simple aspect that conforms it. In this group of extraordinary people we can find Peter Sluszka, a newyorker graduated in Visual Arts and Literature at Columbia University, that blended his love for story-telling and his passion by taking them to real life. Sluszka has worked in commercials, short-films and movies, so nowadays he’s a benchmark of clay, plasticine, thread, paper and some unusual materials like meat and snow. No matter how esthetic this restless world is, Sluszka will always find a way to surprise us with his particular view of things.