Artists who work in 3D programs such as Maya, Cinema 4D or ZBrush experience a feeling of reality detachment and spaciness that comes over them when they stare at a window into the digital world for too long.
Damon Albarn apparently knows this feeling quite well, because the video for his song Everyday Robots takes place in a virtual headspace that makes the 3D artist inside me want to unplug and head for the hills.
Damon is known as the voice of 2D in the virtual rock band The Gorillaz, and he teamed up with fashion designer/pixel sculptor Aitor Throup to bring the digital version of Damon to life, one polygon at a time.
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