Friday, February 20, 2009

6K Paintings, 5 Minutes of Animation, 2 Years, 1 Art Student


Khoda from Reza Dolatabadi on Vimeo.

Anywhere you pause this, you're looking at a single complete painting.

4 comments:

Rufus said...

It makes me think I have not been using my time wisely.

Holly said...

There's a place in Sandia Park, New Mexico, the Tinkertown Museum, that has this effect on me. It's filled to the eaves with hand-carved models, that move and sing and dance and... uh... other. There's a sailboat, too. A big one. Every surface is covered with something, and one of the frequently occurring themes is, This Is What I Was Doing While You Were Watching TV.

It's wild, and highly recommended if you find yourself in Albuquerque for some reason.

There are a few pictures on the web site: http://www.tinkertown.com/

rabbit.mcrabbit said...

the HD link says there are 6k paintings, not 60k. would it even be possible to make a hundred paintings in a day?

Holly said...

A typo?! ohh shiiiiiiiiiiiit!

And, sure. It just depends what you're painting with and on.