Defy Gravity with an Analog Motion Graphics Experiment

Clemens Wirth’s analog experiments defy the laws of gravity with beautiful, impossible motion graphics.

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Ordinary objects elegantly and effortlessly defy gravity on the blank stage that is designer Clemens Wirth’s analog experiment, Gravity. The brief—but glorious—80-second film pieces together seemingly impossible scenes with a matching color scheme and a uniform sense of unreality. Choreographed to Radium Audio’s reverberating soundtrack and subtle sound design, hovering spheres of ice quiver and crack, goo drips sideways into space, and feathers float impossibly upwards.

Let Gravity by Clemens Wirth, who in the past documented micro empires and macro kingdoms, lift inanimate objects—and your spirits—below:


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