Timelapse Video of a ‘Where The Wild Things Are’ Mural Being Painted
Firstly, do you love children’s books? Secondly, do you love time lapse videos? Thirdly, do you love a well decorated kid’s room? If your answers to the above questions were YES, then I think you may like the video we have for you.
With the birth of our daughter two months ago, we needed to move our 2 year old out of the nursery and into his own “big boy room” downstairs. We decided to have a little fun with the room and had my good friend Tony paint a mural of “Where the Wild Things Are” on the wall. We finished it off by gluing down some Flor carpet tiles. The “video” is really a series of photographs, one taken every 30 seconds and played back at 24 photo’s a second. A total of 6,357 photo’s were taken, representing over 54 hours of work.
You can see some pictures of the mural here.
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