Animation artist David Lewandowski, whose credentials boast heavyweight projects such as the recent 'Tron: Legacy' movie, has come out with his most recent offering to the animation world: a 49-second clip of a latex man-figure stumbling and jerking its way to the store.
On a seemingly normal day in the city, the latex figure, without rhyme or reason, tiptoes its way across the street and flops past the laundromat, with his lower half leaving his top half behind in its haste to get to the store.
The video, paired with an upbeat and light-hearted ditty by Jean Jacques Perry, is the result of Lewandowski's recent fascination with comedy and visual effects. The short was then included in animation collective website Channel 101's final episode of their 'Anthology' series.
Unsurprisingly, David Lewandowski's latex man-figure never makes it to the store.
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