A superb music video for 70 Million by Hold Your Horses. Directed by L’Ogre. (Thanks to Booooooom-reader Sarah for the heads up!)
Watch the video below!
great work – highly entertaining!
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so good. i love this
yay art. loved it.
such a good idea and it work’s well!!
funny video and great song!
Amazing work! Such a great idea!!
(Echo) You gotta love creativity on the cheap. What fun.
I love it 🙂
It just made me laugh so much! It’s crazy but it’s so good. A good morning start 🙂
MY GOODNESS!!! This made me so ridiculously happy! What an awesome idea! So much fun to try and name the paintings as the video went on! YAY!!
katie they’re waiting for your opinion over here haha: http://www.booooooom.com/2010/03/01/firework-drawings-by-rosemarie-fiore/
Ahaha, I don’t comment on EVERYTHING, just things I really love which happens to be…MOST everything! I can’t help it, you have good taste!
haha no really, if you look in the comments you have a fan
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i hear modest mouse
very funny kuso video and very ear-friendly song!
ohhhhhhh, bwahaha, I SEE! Now I’m so self-conscious 😛
haha noooo dont be – we like you around here
does anyone know a link for this which i can download it from can’t find it on youtube
this is amazing!!! so much work must have gone into this. plus it takes a good sense of humor to pull this off, i think.
amazing. haha! 😀
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could someone tell me what famous painter’s work is at 1:28 please? Its on the tip of my tongue yet i cant remember it!
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