26.02.10 by Jeff

1923 by Max Hattler

1923, a mesmerizing abstract animation by Max Hattler.

1923 max hattler 3d animation experimental video art

Watch the video below!














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



  • No, this will make you feel like you’ve dropped acid!
    http://vimeo.com/3268624

  • Amazing. I wish I had the patience to do something like that

  • Rocio

    hipnotazing

  • COOLINESS!!

    kinda like this (except not at all):
    http://vimeo.com/9445330

  • HEY

    This is really awesome, so let’s stop advertising our stuff in the comments now. Is that cool?

  • Maw

    holy hell. that was interesting

  • hipnótico, idiotizante, pensante, preciso, técnico, simple y complejo
    buen trabajo!

  • Jessica

    I am clearly not authorized to comment on this. for if I am surfing boooooom I am not meditating. and I need to meditate.

  • AGA Szwengier

    I fell in love with the director after watching this.

  • Lucas

    Absolutely gorgeous, a haunting metropolis.

  • Joel

    Awesome. Kinda like… King Kong meets Tron.

  • opo3

    o_0 I know his father! No Joke!

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