Stop Motion Video with 288,000 Jelly Beans + Kina Grannis

Last night I came across this incredible music video for ‘In Your Arms’ by Kina Grannis, and couldn’t wait to share it with you all today.

The making of this amazing piece took almost 2 years of dedicated work by visionary director Greg Jardin and his creative team. Take a look at the behind the scenes making of each jellybean frame and more in this great follow-up video.

(discovered via Plenty of Colour)

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19 Comments

  1. Briel K. / / Reply

    Thank you so much for posting this! That video is so cool! I love the song too and I'm always looking for new musicians to support. :)

  2. kate / / Reply

    that is so weird! i saw the same video last night for the first time! great minds think alike!

  3. Jennie / / Reply

    Another amazing art find! Even better, the behind the scenes video is incredibly fascinating!

  4. Van @ The Clothes We Wear / / Reply

    Incredible! The dedication, creativity and hard work put into this video is amazing. The song is beautiful, too. Thank you so much for sharing this with us. It has made my day.

  5. Carren / / Reply

    Awesome post! Great song and I'm forwarding to my fiance right now. He loves jellybeans :)

  6. kero / / Reply

    UH-MAZING! thanks so much for sharing. i hope you don't mind if i reblogged this. =)

  7. donaville / / Reply

    Absolutely love the video! I went to middle school with Kina and played in the orchestra with her older sister. It's nice to see how far she's come along in the music industry :)

  8. Jacqui / / Reply

    That's really cool!! I have downloaded the album, she's got such a sweet sound (pardon the pun!). I think it's very fantastic that she is a web-discovered artist. See what's possible!

  9. {gemmifer} / / Reply

    Incredible! I love that the artist and the video designer were so in synch about the project, and it shows in their work.

  10. anne / / Reply

    It is absolutely amazing. I admire the way some people follow their dreams…

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