CMYK: The Movie

Marv Newland made this awesome short. To quote the project page description, “This short animation is a dizzying celebration of sound, colour and movement. Here, multitudes of CMYK symbols, pulled off flaps of cereal boxes and other common printed materials, have been isolated and assembled. Freed from their workaday origins, these objects become moving artwork. Coloured dots pulsate, crosshairs roll and primary shapes dance. The result: an unrestrained riot of colour and energy.”

CMYK by Marv Newland, National Film Board of Canada

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One Response to “CMYK: The Movie”

  1. Daniel says:

    It’s great, I love packaging registration marks and color bars. But so much of packaging isn’t CMYK! There’s tons of spot color!