Tales of mere existence

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June 2, 2007 by Jeremy Williams

Lev Yilmaz’s sketchy animations have been a bit of a hit virally, with his observational humour and deadpan delivery, but he’s been winning some awards recently and I actually saw this at the Brixton Ritzy last week. That must make it the most primitive thing people have paid to see since the magic lanterns shows of the victorian era, but see for yourself. Here’s a couple I like, and if you want them in a higher res, you can order a DVD here.


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