Why Watch? Yesterday we went flying with Superman, but this animated short film from Haruki Kawanaka is a flight of a different kind. float is a gorgeous, living sketch book with a score that sounds like a video game console wrote it.
For the most part, it’s a blend of geometry and water color-style work that takes us over the city and across the sea as a piece of paper transforms into something else. Purely experiential, it’s a beautiful — strangely comforting — piece of visual poetry.
What Will It Cost? About 3 minutes.