Alfred Hitchcock's REAR WINDOW reimagined by artist Jeff Desom

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by Jeff Desom
April 3, 2012 5:46 AM
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Rear Window Timelapse from Jeff Desom on Vimeo.

[Editor's Note: We at Press Play can't imagine the hours, the imagination and the creativity it took to create the above tableau. It is a reworking of Alfred Hitchcock's film Rear Window, presenting this classic in a way that has never been seen before. It extracts all of the film footage as seen from Jimmy Stewart's point of view, stitches and reconstructs the pieces, and places them on a single plane. This has to be seen to be believed. It is the remarkable work of installation artist Jeff Desom, who employed any number of digital effects programs and lots of caffeinated coffee to create this effect. Way to go, Mr. Desom. Let us know what you're doing next. Here is Mr. Desom's site.]

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3 Comments

  • Kevin Connell | April 5, 2012 1:58 AMReply

    Remarkable piece, Jeff.

  • Brenda Kent | April 3, 2012 11:59 PMReply

    loved it. can barely catch my breath!

  • janemarian | April 3, 2012 10:35 PMReply

    Thank-you Jess Desom, for another perspective. Rear Window an American classic. Thank-you
    Alfred Hitchcock. Thank-you Jimmy Stewert. All this from an admitted serial "curtain twitcher".

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