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Scott Bakal
Wee See
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I was looking around the net for some Polyphonic Spree information and came across something that Tim DeLaughter, the frontman, worked on with designer Rolyn Barthelman.  Simple black and white designs and forms are very attractive to me so watching the animations were eye candy although it runs a bit slow.  Running slow as it does, it gives off this air of 'what's going to happen next' and tension which is kind of cool.  It reminds me to have patience too.  I wonder how infants view this as it is their intended audience?

From the site:

"Part art installation, part pacifier, Wee See is a collection of black-and-white animations built from basic shapes to delight both child and parent. As vision develops slowly over the first months of life, Wee See provides surfaces of bold, well-defined artwork to engage your baby’s curious mind and bring the screen to vibrant life.

With great sensitivity to the delicate nature of the audience, Wee See’s animations move methodically slow and maintain an extraordinary simplicity yet remain endlessly inventive."

WeeSee - A Gentle Introduction to Out Visual World

WeeSee - A Little Peek



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