You can’t help but feeling mesmerized by this new claymation by Brazilian animator Diego Akel. It’s that good!
Brilliantly synced to whimsical piano tunes, the stop-motion animation follows the antics of a ball-like thing as it evolves (and devolves) into different forms. The claymation, called Fluxos, according to Akel, is “an essay about the constant flows of life, a self-portrait of its own process, an improvise [sic] on Bach, an investigation on plasticine.”
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Watch Fluxos below, and visit Akel’s website for more awesome projects!