A couple of years ago an animation of a concrete block on a beach caught my attention. It was created using the Hitchcock Zoom. I was intriqued by the combination of advanced technique and unobtrusive subject. It took me a while but modern reverse image search helped me trace its creator, freelance designer and stop-motion animator Micaël Reynaud.
Most of the animations in Reynaud’s Google+ feed start off as still photographs. It’s full of combinations of everyday imagery and disorienting techniques, like slit scan photography, sometimes with wonderful effect.
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