Great crowdsourced video from Moniker
Design studio Moniker in Amsterdam has created this excellent music video-cum-website for the song Kilo by the band Light Light which is super fun to play with...
The site plays homage to the humble computer cursor, recording your interactions as you navigate the site. "After 50 years of pointing and clicking, we are celebrating the nearing end of the computer cursor with an ever-changing music video where all our computer cursors can be seen together for one last time," the site explains.
Here are some stills from it to whet your appetite, but it's best to get on over to donottouch.org and have a play for yourself.
More info on Moniker is available at studiomoniker.com. The studio was formed last year by Roel Wouters (who is a CR Creative Future alumni), Luna Maurer, and Jonathan Puckey. There are some lovely other projects on the site, so it's well worth a visit.
Cool, more outside of the ol box thinking. Really enjoyed that.
It's an interesting idea. Have just visited the website to have a play, might pop back there again now for another go!
Nice work. Lots of fun.
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