Bit by Bit by Comfort Fit. Directed by Felix Hüffelmann and Philip Frowein. This coulda been submitted to our Wild Things Forts project!
Watch the video below!
Wow this must have taken so long! I liked the music in the background, It went well with the video.
That made me feel weird.. but in a good way…
I’m not entirely sure how I feel about it. :D
By the time everything started to get bulky in the room, I was figuring they just had the tripod stuck to the floor with a camera on it, and took pictures of the room every few times daily, and didn’t clean up anything for 2 months. Then slowly evolved it into a video at the end. :)
But, it was pretty cool at least.
Never seen anything like it besides Jeremy Fisher’s music videos that incorporate camera stills. I forget what the term is called. But pretty neat nonetheless.
i liked it a lot.
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like an episode of hoarders.
It would be really curious if people had time lapses of their own rooms.
one of the few albums i actually bought in 2009
is it any good? i’d never heard of Comfort Fit before
yeah good stuff from germany
This is by far one of my new favorites! thanks for sharing!
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