Thursday, March 4, 2010

lost things



Found here
Elizabeth said...

That is wondrous and makes me want to challenge anyone who says the technology is contrary to art. Thank you for posting!

Drax said...

Brave, giving, beautiful, and "the right idea..."

But heartbreaking. And I guess—I suspect—that's the point.

Thanks.

Petunia Face said...

Hee hee--I went to middle school with Ithyle, the guy who made this. The world is so so small!

michelle said...

Jeez louise Maggie May, you find the coolest most magical things...

I liked the way her hair grew into a tree

Lia at Petite Little Bee said...

Love this. Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Lia

thais. said...

I looove it! it reminds me of her morning elegance by oren lavie. I'm glad to have found your blog today ;) became a follower!

thenextarrow said...

so many of my favorite bloggers have been posting this vid, but i have yet to get tired of it. it's marvelous!

xo Alison

Vashti said...

AMAZING!

Terresa said...

I would love to watch a full-length movie like that. It's transporting. And the music ("A fine frenzy") rocks.

Lemon said...

that is SO mesmerizing i could watch it again and again. the roses that turn into tea cups. thanks for posting this!

Beth said...

That was lovely – visually, lyrically – in all ways.
So many lost things – how does that happen? How do we lose them?

過分 said...

thank u........................................

leel said...

i had yet to see this video, thank you!

Babe in Babeland said...

That was so beautiful....loved it! I loved all the metamorphosis of so many little things in it. The woman is gorgeous, and the music is lovely.

Ellen said...

Ooohhhh I loved that!

Kass said...

So fun to watch. Thank you.

Elizabeth said...

I am always mesmerized by these sorts of productions...the time it must take to get it all right!

fableq said...

What a beautiful video.

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