Japanese motion graphics firm Groovisions took an architectural drafting convention, axonometric drawings, and used it to create music videos for musician Halfby. (They've also done plan-view and elevation-view music videos for clients as diverse as Nike and Cornelius, but we like the axonometric the best.) The video contains the best elements of Japanese creativity: it's simple but precise, fun, and silly in a good way.
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