09.12.09 by Jeff

Comfort Fit / Bit by Bit

Bit by Bit by Comfort Fit. Directed by Felix Hüffelmann and Philip Frowein. This coulda been submitted to our Wild Things Forts project!

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Watch the video below!


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



  • Wow this must have taken so long! I liked the music in the background, It went well with the video.

  • Parker

    That made me feel weird.. but in a good way…

  • Justin

    I’m not entirely sure how I feel about it. 😀

    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.

  • linovino

    i liked it a lot.

  • gustaf ekstrand

    consume
    destroy
    consume

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  • zach

    like an episode of hoarders.

  • Maw

    It would be really curious if people had time lapses of their own rooms.

  • tom

    one of the few albums i actually bought in 2009

    • is it any good? i’d never heard of Comfort Fit before

      • tom

        yeah good stuff from germany

  • This is by far one of my new favorites! thanks for sharing!

  • jordan

    awesome

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