Cape Town - December Streets just released their new music video for their single, ADDY.
The music video follows a young boy who begins drawing on a sticky note, clearly passionate about it. The character he is drawing then comes to life, jumping out of the drawing and going on adventures around the room.
In the end we realised it is the progression of the boy’s life from young to old, looking back on his life, still drawing and doing what he loves.
Why we like the video?
The video is about never growing up or losing touch with what makes you happy.
The entire video was shot using the stop motion method, which means thousands of photos of thousands of sticky note illustrations were stitched together to make a flowing animation.
Watch this cute music video below:
P.S It took 3 days to create 1500 illustrations of the character in the video.
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