After creating a home bookshelf stop motion video,
Sean Ohlenkamp, a creative director at a Toronto marketing agency, with the help of at least 15 more folks, decided to take it up a notch, creating the Joy of Books. Filmed at Type, a bookstore in Toronto, the series was shot over 4 nights.
For more information and credits to the helpers, follow the links to youtube!
Also, the Huffington Post wrote a good review of the short film. Read it here.
definitely watch this full screen with the sound turned up
Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth’s walk-on sculpture in Dulsberg, Germany.
Not really sure how one walks the loop-dee-loop, but otherwise, totally a fascinating idea.
CC FLickr images by Eichental
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