Sum of its parts

Short films become a mind-blowing trip across urban space.

Created by art directors Jopsu Ramu and Shun Kawakami from Musuta, an art and design studio based in Tokyo and Helsinki, Urban Abstract is a journey across urban space that unfolds in 40 five-second parts. The short films stream into a cohesive whole. It’s truly mind-blowing and is definitely one of those rare things that never ceases to amaze.

This week’s Frandoms are by freelance copywriter Omid Amidi and John St. art directors Kyle Lamb and Andrew Livingston, winners of the 2009 YoungGuns Creative Brief.