To create his new video for “Bubbles in Space,” Michael Andrews got some help from an unexpected place — a whole mess of teenagers armed with art supplies. To build this video, 100-odd art students from San Diego’s High Tech High International’s class of 2013 drew over 3,000 individual frames, following a pre-planned form, but each free to draw in their own style and add as many, um, embellishments as they liked. The result is a manic, almost epileptic riot of style and color, filled with “did you spot that” moments that will have you wanting to watch it frame by frame. If you’ve ever been a teenager with a Sharpie, it’s pretty much guaranteed to make you smile.
[via Visual News]