Creatives skilled in visual imagery creates an inspiring tale of the life of several Origami figures and breathe such life into the piece. In just a few minutes, the artists takes us through a journey from a dramatic awakening to the explosive climax in which their short lives disintegrate crystaline fragments whispering away in the breeze.
A work of incredible talent and 3d animation, the London-based film, “Dream Life of Paper,” uses evocative music, vibrant colour and crystalline images to tell a story of curiosity, wonder and imagination. This creative visual piece is a one of a kind masterpiece, blending three dimensional characters with colour and music for a moving short film.
The film is about more than just moving images and the use of colour to tell a story. It is about escaping from convention and embracing how limited our lifespans are.
The Origami figures react with understandable curiosity at the god-like presence in their midst, angling to get a closer look and find out what this being is about. In return, they are rewarded with what appears to be a sense of calm and inner peace just before their eventual demise.
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Credits Where Credit is Due
Chris Jarrett: Director: twitter.com/christojarrett
Sam Vacquier: Lead Creative / Motion
Andon Hristrov: 3D Modeller
Michael Trew: Origami Artist
Music & Sound Design by Father (Joe Farley & Freddie Webb)
Character concept: &agency (Asa Medhurst & Nina Farrell)