Sunday, June 07, 2009

Tyger! Tyger!

Take a walk through the urban jungles with this magical short by Guilherme Marcondes of Brazil loosely based on Blake's, "Tyger! Tyger!" This mesmerizing little production combines puppetry, illustration, photography and CGI. Wow!



Tyger! Tyger! Burning bright,
In the forests of the night,
What immortal hand or eye,
Could frame thy fearful symetry?

9 comments:

Aaoiue said...

Ourfght! I'm going to check in my fridge if everything is in the date.

Carla said...

Aaoiue, Yes, almost makes one wonder if they are hallucinating, doesn't it?

poetoftheisles said...

Alas for some reason unable to access the video?

Will check in again -eager to find out.

GirlonTour said...

Goodness. I loved this!

we're doomed said...

Very interesting Carla.

Carla said...

Peter, I hope you do get the chance to watch the video.

Girl on Tour, I'm so pleased. I'm quite fond of it myself.

Carla said...

We're Doomed, Art often is.

The Fool said...

Nice clip. Not only is it visual eye-candy...but it provides fodder for contemplation as well. I note that the play of various techniques highlights the different elements being juxtaposed...hmmm. It is a jungle out there.

The end credits fall off to the right when I view this, so it makes me wonder if I am seeing the full frame on the rest. Is there a link so I can check if this is so?

Thanks for sharing, Nomad.

Carla said...

Fool, It certainly is a jungle out there, no denying that. If you double click on the video, it should take you right to the Youtube site and you'll be able to watch it there. If that doesn't work, email me and I'll send you the link.