Matches, inventive stop motion studies by Tomohiro Okazaki | The Kid Should See This


Put on your favorite seven and a half minutes of music,

full screen the video above, and hit play. This silent series of stop motion studies riffs and reinvents the structures of a simple matchstick over and over again.

The stop motion shorts were created over the course of six months by Tokyo-based designer Tomohiro Okazaki of Swimming Design. From his (translated) bio:

Design work provides an opportunity to face worlds and events that I have never known before, acts that connect with people and society, and the possibility of discovering and assembling new ways of understanding and structure of the world.

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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