An elegant sense of symmetry and order forms the world of Boris Labbé‘s Kyrielle.

The repeating rhythms and cycles have a hypnotic quality, and encourage the viewer’s eye to wander playfully and explore different figures. Labbé accomplished all this with just 285 watercolor drawings which he later composited digitally and projected as a video installation.

Kyrielle was made at the French animation school EMCA (Ecole des Métiers du Cinéma d’Animation).

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Amid Amidi

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Amid Amidi is Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Cartoon Brew.

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