Josh Ritter’s Music Video Made From 12,000 Sheets of Paper

Josh Ritter's Music Video Made From 12000 Pieces of Paper

“While the end result may have been crafted by humans, the project actually started out digitally as a computer animation before the storyboard was transformed into paper cutouts.” — The Creator’s Project

Josh Ritter‘s new music video entitled “Love Is Making Its Way Back Home” features a guy driving through the night on this remarkable journey made with 12,000 pieces of construction paper back to what he calls home. The video-making collective Prominent Figures put their heart and soul into this piece to produces this astounding animation below that goes from a two-toned environment to a complete psychedelic finale using absolutely no effects in post-production.

Josh Ritter's Music Video Made From 12000 Pieces of PaperJosh Ritter's Music Video Made From 12000 Pieces of PaperJosh Ritter's Music Video Made From 12000 Pieces of PaperJosh Ritter's Music Video Made From 12000 Pieces of PaperJosh Ritter's Music Video Made From 12000 Pieces of PaperJosh Ritter's Music Video Made From 12000 Pieces of PaperJosh Ritter's Music Video Made From 12000 Pieces of Paper
Director : Erez Horovitz
Concept : Sam Cohen + Erez Horovitz
Illustrator : Sarah Graves
Text Illustrator : Savannah Wolf
Lead Production : Marlie Pesek + Eric Giordano
Photo Editor : Felipe Sanchez
Technical Director : Ali Mohammed
Grip : James Wells
Production Assistants : Paige Ellis, Jacqueline Geisheimer, Angelina Zhou, Jesse Ashcraft-Johnson, Jovin Cronin, Faizan Ahmed, Ricardo Gonzalez

Produced at Danger!Awesome, special thanks to Nadeem Mazen and Ali Mohammed
Shot at Industry Lab, special thanks to Jamie Zigelbaum
Rigging provided by High Output, special thanks to Joe McLeish

via The Creator’s Project

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