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BUG 13: Oi Va Voi’s Everytime by Kijek & Adamski

BUG 13: Oi Va Voi’s Everytime by Kijek & Adamski

David Knight - 27th May 2009

In the pantheon of deviously complicated, fiendishly difficult-to-execute animation ideas, this one by young Polish animators Katarzyna Kijek & Przemyslaw Adamski is not quite Firekites, but it ranks pretty high.

In the pantheon of deviously complicated, fiendishly difficult-to-execute animation ideas, this one by young Polish animators Katarzyna Kijek &amp; Przemyslaw Adamski is not quite <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2009/04/30/firekites%e2%80%99-autumn-story-by-lucinda-schreiber-and-yanni-kronenberg/">Firekites</a>, but it ranks pretty high. It will be forever known as the shredding machine video. Every third frame of the band performance was printed, then shredded, then shot again and blended with adjacent frames. Katarzyna explains everything the comments on the Vimeo post - in at least four languages. It took one mind-numbing month to complete, and it's lovely.

It will be forever known as the shredding machine video. Every third frame of the band performance was printed, then shredded, then shot again and blended with adjacent frames. Katarzyna explains everything the comments on the Vimeo post - in at least four languages.

In the pantheon of deviously complicated, fiendishly difficult-to-execute animation ideas, this one by young Polish animators Katarzyna Kijek &amp; Przemyslaw Adamski is not quite <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2009/04/30/firekites%e2%80%99-autumn-story-by-lucinda-schreiber-and-yanni-kronenberg/">Firekites</a>, but it ranks pretty high. It will be forever known as the shredding machine video. Every third frame of the band performance was printed, then shredded, then shot again and blended with adjacent frames. Katarzyna explains everything the comments on the Vimeo post - in at least four languages. It took one mind-numbing month to complete, and it's lovely.

It took one mind-numbing month to complete, and it's lovely.

In the pantheon of deviously complicated, fiendishly difficult-to-execute animation ideas, this one by young Polish animators Katarzyna Kijek &amp; Przemyslaw Adamski is not quite <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2009/04/30/firekites%e2%80%99-autumn-story-by-lucinda-schreiber-and-yanni-kronenberg/">Firekites</a>, but it ranks pretty high. It will be forever known as the shredding machine video. Every third frame of the band performance was printed, then shredded, then shot again and blended with adjacent frames. Katarzyna explains everything the comments on the Vimeo post - in at least four languages. It took one mind-numbing month to complete, and it's lovely.

David Knight - 27th May 2009

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