“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.
Watch the animation below!
Reminds me of http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhheiPTdZCw
This stuff is so great
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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i saw this as an animated gif but the video is soo much better.
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.
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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