A Girl Named Elastika is a stop-motion film clip that makes mundane objects exciting. The video, by animator Guillaume Blanchet transforms office supplies like colorful rubber bands and push pins into iconic tourist scenes and urban cityscapes.
The film’s main character is a a girl named Elastika, who visits the Eiffel Tower in Paris as well as the Golden Gate Bridge in San Franciso. The rubber band girl walks city streets, drives her car and takes in some of the world’s most iconic sights in this charming clip.
The animated video also takes viewers on a trip to Las Vegas and to the depths of the ocean with boats and icebergs included. Elastika also takes her adventure to a deserted island and even ventures to space where she becomes the first girl to walk on the moon.