Combo: A Collaborative Animation by Blu and David Ellis

Craft & Design

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As part of the summer-long Fame Festival in Italy that culminated in a final show last month, artists Blu and David Ellis spent a long week collaborating to create this amazing animation clip, made by filming morphing hand-painted murals. The video loops twice, in case you are beyond astounded the first time around.

10 thoughts on “Combo: A Collaborative Animation by Blu and David Ellis

  1. Leanne says:

    Wow, dis friggin amazing!

  2. jet says:

    woow what an amazine great drawing animation that you had created. I love this, so great! I love this!

  3. edward shipsey says:

    This is cool good job!

  4. Rondo Hatton says:

    Cool video. Not sure why it loops twice.

  5. dafydd says:

    Am I the only one seeing strong imagery from The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine?

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