The Wool Parade is a series of Bauhaus-inspired upholstered objects for Kravdrat, Europe's leading manufacturer of design textiles. Created for the Stockholm Furniture Fair by Doshi Levien, the abstract sculptures may be enough to peak anyone's interest, but they have recently been given an animated short treatment that instills each one with beauty and personality.
Like a choreographed dance, The Wool Parade flutters around to a serene classical soundtrack. Put together by Grahic Thought Facility in collaboration with Phillp Hun of Studio AKA, the video highlights each object's physical form while giving them an organic vibrancy as though they were characters in a Pixar film.
Playful and entertaining, The Wool Parade is a must-see experience that shows how inanimate objects can often seem more alive than creatures that are actually alive.
The Wool Parade Gets the Video Treatment by GTF and Studio AKA
Meghan Young — January 31, 2013 — Art & Design
References: doshilevien & itsnicethat