Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Alice in WTF?

I have no idea who created this, why they created this, how they created this or if it ever ends. If you are one of those people who enjoyed Alice in Wonderland while (how shall I put this?) under the influence, I suspect that you will find this an enjoyable experience.

7 comments:

Thad said...

Cool! I'll totally recommend we run this at the next IC Hookah (aka Pot) Fest. Grazie, Mark.

Pete Emslie said...

Dude, I think I bit off too much of the magic mushroom in celebrating my unbirthday. Who R U? I am the walrus, coo-coo-ca-choo.

Kasia said...

I found this song on youtube before. The person who created the song composed it by using sounds recorded from the film. I'm not sure if he did this video as well. Here is a link to the youtube video and a blurb about the artists who created the song.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAwR6w2TgxY

http://www.last.fm/music/Pogo

Kasia said...

He created music using other films as well.

Weirdo said...

Oh wow, I am so glad I didn't take acid or anything. It's already sensory overload. Now if you don't mind, I'm going to get a tan by standing in the English rain.

Michael Sporn said...

I actually love it. I went to his site and watched a version of Sword and the Stone. Not as good as Alice but just as intoxicating.
It's almost a different way of studying animation. Watching the scenes over and over so immediately makes you really notice things. S in the St has a rawness which shows up too quickly. Not the same for Alice.

Floyd Norman said...

We have a huge illustration of Alice descending the rabbit hole that runs from the third floor of our Consumer Products Building to the first.

It was the idea of our Creative Director, Ken Shue, and it's really pretty cool. It makes your trip downstairs a cool trip.