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Short Film Uses Beautiful Cinematography to Capture... Office Procrastination

Thompson on Hollywood By Maggie Lange | Thompson on Hollywood September 21, 2011 at 7:54AM

Johan Rijpma, a Dutch artist, spent half a year making the two-minute live-action short Tape Generations. The visuals show an almost Rube Goldberg-like obsession that controls movement and lets things fall into place, but with a Pixar-like animation of the inanimate. Also, the soundtrack is quietly-buzzing perfection. More of Rijpma's creations here.
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Thompson on Hollywood

Johan Rijpma, a Dutch artist, spent half a year making the two-minute live-action short Tape Generations. The visuals show an almost Rube Goldberg-like obsession that controls movement and lets things fall into place, but with a Pixar-like animation of the inanimate. Also, the soundtrack is quietly-buzzing perfection. More of Rijpma's creations here.

Tape Generations from johan rijpma on Vimeo.

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