21.06.09 by Jeff

Synesthesia by Terri Timely

Not too long ago I mentioned Joanna Newsom’s The Sprout and the Bean and shortly after that I got an email from the video’s director, Ian Kibbey! He is a regular reader of this site and directs videos with his partner Corey Creasey, under the name Terri Timely. They just finished a little short called Synesthesia and it’s brilliant.

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Watch Synesthesia below!

Make sure you check out all of their work, they have put out some of my favourite videos from the past couple years.

Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

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  • Justin

    whoa. That’s great. I love it. 😀

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  • http://briantongartwork.blogspot.com/ Brian Tong

    I thought the video was great, but one thing that threw me off was when the kid was sniffing the records and saying out the colors in Cantonese, the subtitles were all wrong! The first subtitle says “blue” when he is actually saying “green”. And when he said “purple”, the subtitle said “green”. Did Terri do this on purpose?

  • http://www.unruly.ca Katy McDevitt

    OMG! Synesthesia is one of the most delicious and weird phenomena, like, evarrr. And this little film is completely shiversome.

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