Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Head Trip

This YouTube video, "I Met the Walrus," transforms onetime teenager Jerry Levitan's interview with John Lennon into an Oscar nomiated animated film directed by Josh Raskin that uses both the penwork of James Braithwaite and digital animation techniques using the Adobe suite of tools by Alex Kurina. It's an interesting example of information aesthetics that borrows from several graphic genres to which the very low-quality sound serves as a counterpoint.

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