Video by Michael Shainblum

Two wrongs don’t make a right, but sometimes two clichés can make something cool. That’s the case with Michael Shainblum’s Mirror City project. Shainblum took two overused visual tricks—urban time-lapses and the kaleidoscope effect—and combined them to make a video that’s full of eye candy.

Posted August 08, 2013 in Architecture, Motion, 3 Comments

Michael Shainblum
Two wrongs don’t make a right, but sometimes two clichés can make something cool. That’s the case with Michael Shainblum’s Mirror City project. Shainblum took two overused visual tricks—urban time-lapses and the kaleidoscope effect—and combined them to make a video that’s full of eye candy.