The Big Veg Takedown
The Online Adventures of Walter Lemonface
Join brave explorer Walter Lemonface on a new animated adventure full of colourful characters, mysterious happenings… and lots of lemony goodness!
The Big Veg Takedown is a new, innovative project where artists, children and families all worked together to create an exciting animated story through digital collaboration.
Each episode was produced from the homes of 154Collective artists Fabric Lenny (artist and animator), Dan Mallaghan (writer and storyteller) and Nick Lewis (musician). As well as the animations, each episode is accompanied by a creative activity to unleash the imagination.
The Whole Story
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Episode by Episode
Watch the episodes as they were created and see how the story was created...
Each episode is accompanied by a creative activity to unleash the imagination!
Activity 1 - Construct your own veg warrior
If you don't have a printer why not make your own fruit or veg warrior out of fruit and veg? Try different costumes and facial expressions, then whatever you have made, share them on our Facebook page.
Veg Warrior Activity (PDF, 1.3 Mb)
Activity 2 - Make Walters voice
Find out how you can create Walters voice using just an elastic band and an empty container…
Activity 3 - Nonsense Poetry
Walter Lemonface writer and storyteller Dan talks you through one of his favourite things to do - write nonsense poems.
154Collective an international, multi art form group, including performers, painters, writers, photographers, animators, dancers and musicians. With collaboration at their heart, they seek to tell stories from unusual and fun perspectives using an array of art forms and approaches including: theatre, exhibition, publications, music, live projections and public art.
Commissioned for the Among Ideal Friends consortium, supported by Arts Council England