Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Wild Creativity: Muto, Animation on Public Walls

A friend of mine sent this link to Muto to me when I was in Croatia, but this is the first time I've actually had the bandwidth to look at it, and it's just wild. Check it out, but beware, some of it is a very tiny bit creepy-crawly, for those of you with delicate stomachs. But mostly it's just amazing.

Also, now that I'm in the land of DSL again, more posts to follow! Yay!


*mary* said...

I love those films! They are amazing. I happened upon them several months ago. By the way, I love your blog and have a link from mine, hope you don't mind!

marcia said...

your blog inspires me and expands my world.
i nominated you for Brilliante Weblog Premio 2008 Award.

Rima Staines said...

Blimey that's amazing. What an undertaking!

Anonymous said...

Your automata post reminded me of The Invention of Hugo Cabret, which introduced me to the concept of automata. (By which I mean, that was the only time I'd heard of them!)

Do you know about that book? It's one of my favorites.

Heather McDougal said...

Oooh, yes. I wrote a post about it here awhile ago. It's a great book! One of my favorites.