03.02.15 by Jeff

Trippy Video of the Day: “Crushed Pleats” by Dralms

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Director Ewan Jones Morris does his take on the morphing technique made famous by Michel Gondry, for his Rolling Stones video. The song is “Crushed Pleats” by Dralms, and the video has some great moments (especially for those that haven’t seen this technique before). Watch it below.

 

Ewan Jones Morris’ Website

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



  • Merlin Video Ltd.

    this video is like the elongated final frames of a dream or ketamine.

    • .::Psyched Blog::.

      spongy… ;)





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