Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Mind the sword, mind the people watch, mind the enemy...too many mind. No mind.
Like a train wreck, you can't turn away.Gerry
Animators site: http://www.cyriak.co.uk/ I like his work!
No WTF tag?
That was fun. Thanks, Tam.
That kept the kids entertained for 15 (precious) minutes, thanks!Nick
2yellowdogs,"No WTF tag?"Oddly, it made perfect sense to me. :o
I guess that is what would have happened if M.C. Escher had taken up animation...cap'n chumbucket
What the Hey?? crazy animation is ok but what is it about? I must be getting old and slightly whacky.Walt
2Walt,The caption on his site describes the video as: "Worthing is undergoing inter-dimensional difficulties… Bears and cars and pigeons are invovled (sic), though not necessarily to blame." Take it for what its worth, I do know that such productions take a great deal of time! The place is Worthing, West Sussex, UK. That might explain some of it!
What a rip-off of pedobear! :P
Wow, just.... wow. Looks strangely like any given Radiohead video. I especially liked the big bear that comes in on all fours like an Imperial AT-AT from Empire. Nice hat tip to the wookie-suited Star Wars geeks there.
Man, I just lost an hour to that site...
Dada, with a tincture of euro-anarchist thought, is supposed to be our libertarian art form, a satire of conventional values as the term was first understood about the time General Haig sent men to the Somme slaughter. I sympathize with any movement which would ridicule an official national mindset which celebrates an advance costing about two casualties per centimeter, but the artistic merits of dada and its spawn are lost on me. I "get it" only as illustration that life can be randomly shitful, a principle I had already learned from Barack Obama and his immediate predecessors. I'm sure the lack is in me.
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