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Morphing Ink Video


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This spellbinding 1-minute animated video is a commercial for Central China Television. It shows drops of ink in water morphing into fish, dancers, airplanes, and other shapes. The video was created by the Paris-based graphics studio Troublemakers.tv and directed by Niko Tziopanos.

Via Gizmodo | Director's Website | Troublemakers.tv

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Since its for China, and they have so many smog problems, the aerial geography parts make the think more of pollution in the air rather than ink in water... anyone else make that connection? Seems like a bad choice of medium after all the Olympic controversy over air quality.
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