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This is the first work we’ve featured by Scorch Motion, and I don’t think it will be the last. This wonderful and humorous little animation uses perfect comedic timing and a vivid 8-bit ‘Minecraft’ style to convey ‘a day in the life’ for some unfortunate people where random items, some critical, some banal, mysteriously disappear without warning. It’s even funnier because one doesn’t hear the responses of the victims of this phenomena, but I’d assume it would be a sharp curse. I’m still giggling on my fourth viewing.

Great work – simple, expressive, funny. Reminds me of another ‘what if’ film I love to watch, Tiny Worlds.

Created by Scorch Motion (link)

Released 2017

At first I thought this was about cities. I watched it again, and I think it’s about the diminishing city and the role we should play in reducing our impact on the environment, and therefore about integration with nature. It’s minimalist, peaceful and a little foreboding.

Circa from James Owen on Vimeo.

Directed by: Hypoly

Released:2013