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A rhythmic stop-motion short film reveals the juicy interior of tropical fruits, slice by slice

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#Fruit
#Short film
# Stop motion
#Time lapse
#Video

June 25, 2021

Grace Ebert

Toronto animator Kevin Parry peels back the layers of kiwi, mango, and other tropical fruits to reveal their colorful, fleshy interior from skin to core. Paired with a satisfying track of juicy, cracking sounds, the time-lapse runs through even cuts that present the juicy food in a rhythmic progression. “Hidden patterns in tropical fruits“Also includes a making-of segment, which shows Parry carefully cutting each layer with a standard sharp kitchen knife.

Check out more of his stop motion shorts, including a similar one Vegetable animation, on Youtube. You might also like Andy Ellisons MRI scans of products and other plants. (above Kottke)

#Fruit
#Short film
# Stop motion
#Time lapse
#Video

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