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Epic music video combines watercolour with digital effects

In this music video, the artist combined traditional watercolor techniques with digital effects. Every texture, illustration or letter was painted and scanned several times to achieve this beautiful effect. It took weeks to produce because of the high level of details and the painting effect the artist wanted to achieve. It’s a brilliant combination of traditional art and motion graphics. The artist is the same guy behind experimental music videos from Mos Def and Amon Tobin. This is the first project of Sublime Silence, a collaborative studio that specializes in fine art and experimental videos.

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