04.10.10 by Jeff

Love & Theft

“Love & Theft”, an animation by Andreas Hykade. Somehow I missed it, thanks to Daniela for posting this in the comments on the Let Go video.

love and theft by andreas hykade

Watch the animation below!














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



  • Droolin

    …whoa

  • Josh
  • Dandanyeahman

    This stuff is so great

  • #K

    Hahaha I’m glad you posted an inbetween as the teaser rather than a more obvious still. Inbetweens can be some of the greatest images in an animation & many people don’t see them [for more than a fraction of a second].

    • Agreed, #K! It doesn’t quite hook you in for what you get when you watch the animation, but it is great to see an inbetween featured like that! Sort of a soft sell.

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  • Lusion

    so cute

  • Mercedes

    i saw this as an animated gif but the video is soo much better.

    http://svalko.org/data/2010_06_11_15_57_www_yapfiles_ru_files_100814_dlya_shizo.gif

  • Lea

    First it made me crazy but in the end I was fascinated.

  • DUDE Thank you so much for posting this! I had seen it a few months ago but couldn’t find it again, and it was killing me. Love love love it!

    • happy to help haha – really it was Daniela (another reader) who pointed it out! she deserves the credit!

      • Daniela, you’re my hero!

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  • this made my day Jeff. Thanks Daniela! I didn’t want it to end.

  • :).

  • morgan

    THE COOLEST!

  • It mesmerises and scratches creative itches in my brain where i usually can’t reach.

    ((And unlike most ‘edgy’ art web videos i’ve seen lately, the music is NOT grating, monotonous, gratuitous enhanced interrogation technique.))





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