13 Feb Robert Seidel’s Phyletic Museum.
Category: Design, News

What may sound like the title of a horror movie directed by Ed Wood is really a fantastic application of motion design disciplines to create public installation art. An absolutely engrossing, almost hypnotic installation.


Check out some video’s here, stills don’t do it justice.

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  1. 1

    I don’t like it. Crap is what -in my book- is.

  2. 2

    Is something similar to what I saw a few years ago projected over Rouen Cathedral.


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