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Stop Motion Video Features 2,000 Silhouettes

Katachi (01722)

A lot of work goes into shooting most music videos, but to create 2,000 silhouettes, then photograph them for a stop motion video must have taken an eternity. Directors Kijek/Adamski created this fascinating video for Shugo Tokumaru’s song “Katachi” which means shape. Using a computer-controlled cutter to make over 2,000 PVC plate cut-outs, Kijek and Adamski keep the eyes entertained to the beat of the music, starting with simple geometric shapes moving into colorful explosions of dancing and clapping. Enjoy the video below, then check out more work by the Polish team of Kijek and Adamski on their blogspot.

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Via: http://motionographer.com

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