28.11.09 by Jeff

OK Go / WTF?

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WTF? by OK Go. Directed by Tim Nackashi. Watch the video below!

OK Go – WTF? from OK Go on Vimeo.

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

  • http://inkasylum.com Ink Asylum

    It’s like full-body, digital finger-painting. Amazing video, wonderful execution, and creative ideas.

  • http://www.jenniferbabey.co.uk jennifer

    wow.The usual bizarre-but-cant-stop-watching idea. Love it

  • radhinal

    oh god!! this is cool!!!!

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  • Kyle
  • http://flickr.com/clementederios clemente

    this is an oliver laric’s idea!

  • http://flickr.com/clementederios clemente
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/dutchct/ Eric

    How a raptor views the world? :)

  • http://digitalartempire.com/ Benjamin Rama

    i like this type face

  • http://sos0.tumblr.com so


  • http://mossless.tumblr.com romke


  • Rachel Gerlach

    I’ve seen this done before, and accidentally happen in glitches. But I don’t believe a technique can be a signature [referring to a comment above], at least not in this case. I think this is a really clever video.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      yea i think they took the technique and really exploited it, taking it to another level – you can tell its all very intentional which i like

  • http://icelander.tumblr.com/ Maw

    Wow, so artistic! mesmerizing.

  • Bridget

    Finally, a reason for ribbon twirling to exist!

  • http://flickr.com/clementederios clemente

    i agree, the technique is taken to another level, i did’nt mean to bust no one’s ass

    just contextualizing.

  • Savannah

    so incredibly satisfying. watching this video feels like eating a delicious, giant cupcake.

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Watch the video below!

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