Why Watch? First of all, this is an advertisement, but it’s got to be from a different planet where ads are allowed to look like this. Melting colors and transcendental, drug-addled spoken word spilling out Thompson-esque into a pool of ink that transforms into wild beasts, flowers and a cabin somewhere in the middle of your mind.

It’s gorgeous, eyebrow-raising work from String Theory, so try to forget it’s selling you something. Or just hand over your money and run naked into the desert. Either way.

What will it cost? Only 2 minutes.

Skip Work. You’ve Got Time For More Short Films

Thanks to Rory O. for the suggestion.


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