Warning: Elliot Schultz's Embroidered Zoetropes are Mesmerizing!

Warning: Elliot Schultz's Embroidered Zoetropes are Mesmerizing!

Completed for his art school degree in 2013, Elliot Schultz created embroidered zoetropes on discs designed to be played on standard turntables.

Embroidered Zoetrope from Elliot Schultz on Vimeo.

It’s a fabulous idea and as you can see Elliot’s execution is just perfect.

Read more about the project at Elliot’s site: elliotschultz.com

MAKE also published a nice write-up last month.





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    This is the coolest thing I have seen on this site ever! And that is saying something šŸ™‚

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