You’ve never seen the video like this. Frank Howarth combines two worlds: he is a talented woodcrafter and film maker. In the clip you’ll see how he created a set of bookcases.
If you think you gonna see a boring production, you are wrong. This is a wonderful stop-motion animation, made from approximately 6,400 frames, with a fantastic music and edit.
The most incredible thing is that Howarth shows the process in such a way that a viewer has the impression the bookcases self-assemble themselves.
Almost anyone has a bookcase. Some enjoy having a big one, taking the entire wall. Some are happy with a small hanging bookshelf. From now on, keep in mind that bookshelves – just like books – are magic.
Via Mental Floss.
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