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March 10, 2002 10:36 AM   Subscribe

FLOW is a spiffy flash-animated music video thingamabob, if you're into that kinda thing. Very clickable.
posted by apollonia6 (14 comments total)

 
that was all very strange and vey entertaining.. i like the guy who walks on the roses.. and the two boxing businessmen.
posted by lotsofno at 10:44 AM on March 10, 2002


Find more here. The second section, Modern Living, is a classic. Can't wait for the site update...
posted by XiBe at 11:18 AM on March 10, 2002


(and yes, I knew it'd been discussed before, but still, I love what he does... Ok I'm sorry...)
posted by XiBe at 11:29 AM on March 10, 2002


Hoogerbrugge!
posted by MiguelCardoso at 1:02 PM on March 10, 2002


DANG that was cool...
posted by GriffX at 1:02 PM on March 10, 2002


Oops! Dang, I did a search for it before posting, but not for "Hoggerbrugge" - sorry...
posted by apollonia6 at 2:37 PM on March 10, 2002


No worries, "Flow" hasn't been linked before (afaict), only the main Hoggerbrugge site has.
posted by XiBe at 4:44 PM on March 10, 2002


That was great. My attention lasted 'til about 40 seconds into the eyeball elevator!
posted by glennie at 4:52 PM on March 10, 2002


oh...don't do drugs.
posted by glennie at 5:04 PM on March 10, 2002


Way cool. Thanks apollonia6.
posted by holycola at 7:43 PM on March 10, 2002


glennie: you're supposed to click on the eyeball. It's interactive.
posted by ODiV at 11:58 PM on March 10, 2002


Interactive eyeballs, great band name.
posted by lucien at 6:09 AM on March 11, 2002


Absolutely brilliant. It seems to me, from an art historical standpoint, that the spiritual inspiration for this sort of flowing presentation would be Terry Gilliam's animations for the old Monty Python series. I can think of no other precedent of equally disciplined madness (unless its the flowing surrealism to be found in certain animated muscial sequences of Walt Disney's 1940s era "Three Cabelleros"). This is "fine art" today, not anything you're likely to see at the Whitney Biennial. In any case, it's something can access at home or in the office, and you really don't WANT to stand there looking at it in a museum.
posted by Faze at 8:05 AM on March 11, 2002


Wow, I get to say Double Post!!!
I've been lucky enough to avoid the double post myself...so far!
posted by Sal Amander at 1:57 PM on March 11, 2002


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