Blade Runner — The Aquarelle Edition

This strange and impressionistic paraphrase of Ridley Scott’s 1982 film Blade Runner is by Anders Ramsell, who painted all 12,597 frames using only water colors. The edit features dialogue and music from the film and the radical compression of the plot—edited down to just over half an hour—gives this painted film a dreamy, surreal texture. (Via Boing Boing, which I’m sure all you hepcats follow anyway, but this film is too lovely not to share again, in case, y’know, you didn’t already see it somehow).

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4 comments

  1. Jeff Schwaner · November 20

    Okay, that is crazy. And wonderful. And nuts!

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  2. Colin · November 20

    That is just so awesome!

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