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Revealing the Hidden Patterns of Birds and Insects in Motion
Feb 19, 2014 | 6-part series
Dennis Hlynsky, a film and animation professor at the Rhode Island School of Design, creates videos at the intersection of art and science. Hlynsky transforms ordinary footage of birds and insects into ethereal illustrations by digitally tracing the paths they travel.Courtesy of The Atlantic
To see more work from Hlynsky, visit his Vimeo channel, which features over 90 beautiful videos.
About This Series
Visual explorations of how the world works