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Shown at BUG 06: Bjork’s Wanderlust by Encyclopedia Pictura

David Knight - 1st Apr 2008

Something like nine months in the making, massively ambitious, a gargantuan creative and technical feat, and utterly visionary...

Something like nine months in the making, massively ambitious, a gargantuan creative and technical feat, and utterly visionary... It's the long-awaited, much-anticipated result of the collaboration between Bjork and Encyclopedia Pictura's Sean Hellfrisch and Isaiah Saxon, and it's absolutely stunning. It was made in several 3D versions and screened in anaglyph 3D at BUG 06 last week. Here for the first time is the 2D version in a sumptuous Quicktime movie - you get all the vibrant colour of the video that was frankly missing from the version shown at BUG. It's a large file, so you have to wait a little longer to see it. But it's worth it. Then watch it again and again.

It's the long-awaited, much-anticipated result of the collaboration between Bjork and Encyclopedia Pictura's Sean Hellfrisch and Isaiah Saxon, and it's absolutely stunning.

Something like nine months in the making, massively ambitious, a gargantuan creative and technical feat, and utterly visionary... It's the long-awaited, much-anticipated result of the collaboration between Bjork and Encyclopedia Pictura's Sean Hellfrisch and Isaiah Saxon, and it's absolutely stunning. It was made in several 3D versions and screened in anaglyph 3D at BUG 06 last week. Here for the first time is the 2D version in a sumptuous Quicktime movie - you get all the vibrant colour of the video that was frankly missing from the version shown at BUG. It's a large file, so you have to wait a little longer to see it. But it's worth it. Then watch it again and again.

It was made in several 3D versions and screened in anaglyph 3D at BUG 06 last week. Here for the first time is the 2D version in a sumptuous Quicktime movie - you get all the vibrant colour of the video that was frankly missing from the version shown at BUG.

Something like nine months in the making, massively ambitious, a gargantuan creative and technical feat, and utterly visionary... It's the long-awaited, much-anticipated result of the collaboration between Bjork and Encyclopedia Pictura's Sean Hellfrisch and Isaiah Saxon, and it's absolutely stunning. It was made in several 3D versions and screened in anaglyph 3D at BUG 06 last week. Here for the first time is the 2D version in a sumptuous Quicktime movie - you get all the vibrant colour of the video that was frankly missing from the version shown at BUG. It's a large file, so you have to wait a little longer to see it. But it's worth it. Then watch it again and again.

It's a large file, so you have to wait a little longer to see it. But it's worth it. Then watch it again and again.

Something like nine months in the making, massively ambitious, a gargantuan creative and technical feat, and utterly visionary... It's the long-awaited, much-anticipated result of the collaboration between Bjork and Encyclopedia Pictura's Sean Hellfrisch and Isaiah Saxon, and it's absolutely stunning. It was made in several 3D versions and screened in anaglyph 3D at BUG 06 last week. Here for the first time is the 2D version in a sumptuous Quicktime movie - you get all the vibrant colour of the video that was frankly missing from the version shown at BUG. It's a large file, so you have to wait a little longer to see it. But it's worth it. Then watch it again and again.

David Knight - 1st Apr 2008

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