04.04.14 by Jeff

Satisfying Video of the Day: “Shape” by Johnny Kelly


This animation by Johnny Kelly poses the question: “If for one day you had the power to make your world work better, what would you change?”

Thoroughly enjoyed this, watch the video below.


Johnny Kelly on Vimeo


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

  • Emil Fabio Steinhov

    Amazing! An honor to flat design.

    • i like the scenes where the character moves in front of and behind other things, suddenly giving it unexpected depth

      • feng ying


      • F.ying

        and maybe it’s a silly question..but i do want to know what kinda software(s) shall i use to produce an amazing video like this?!!!

  • Steven

    Jeff, I remember when you were so nerding out about the sequel to that video that featured a bouncing naked guy flailing his arms and sliding up stairs. What was that called?

    Anyways, point is, I am so nerding out about this. So many good things to talk about. From the letter switch opening to the perspective changes; the chair switch sequence, with the rotating down stool. The synced music. This is good man. thanks for the post.

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