Donato Sansone’s “Videogioco”

Videogioco by Donato Sansone reminds me of something that you would find on MTV during the mythical Time When It Was Cool/Played Music Videos; an era that took place sometime in the 80s or 90s depending on your place on the generational timeline and how curmudgeonly you are. Crude, drugstore violent, and imaginative, it is a meticulously crafted piece of work. I cannot imagine the planning that goes into something like this; the individual frames laid out in such a way as to allow Donato, hunched over them, to reveal each picture as needed.

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2 Responses to “Donato Sansone’s “Videogioco””

  1. Nadya Says:

    Beautiful. I am surprised there are no comments on this. I love the way he rushes the story along with his hands, interacting with it. Like the bit with the scissors – priceless! I was also taken by the visceral sound design. Great find, Ross.

  2. la mome neant Says:

    Great video, I have never seen this form of animation before! Just like Blublu, the idea seems quite simple and natural, yet it demands so much skills and patience to achieve this level of fluidity. I like this kind of animation far more than 3D.