The most amazing thing you’ll see on the Internet this year! Posted by Doug Belshaw On May 27, 2008 In Everything Else 4 Comments I don’t do this often, but I make no apologies for simply presenting for your delectation the following video. It blew my mind, it really did… :-p MUTO a wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo. Many thanks to @iusher for sharing the link! Possibly related posts:My #TMETRU09 presentation: #movemeon & CPD via TwitterYou’re doing it wrong.Using a Sony Reader PRS-600 to make notes on academic articles.Ben crawling!Benjamin Belshaw’s 1st YearTenori-on, Little Boots and MelodicaThinking About Web Literacy, Making, & Sharing with Mozilla [AUDIO]Things I Learned This Month – September 2010Ben in his bouncer (video)Sausage RollZemanta Tags:animationartgraffitivideo Tweet Doug Belshaw Dr. Doug Belshaw is Badges & Skills Lead at the Mozilla Foundation and into open everything. Main interests? Digital/Web Literacies and Open Badges. http://www.blackhistory4schools.com Dan Lyndon That is UNBELIEVABLE, absolute brilliance. It must have taken months. http://http://blankpageislay.blogspot.com/ andywallis Good to see you’ve come across this. Have been sharing it a lot recently, and it certainly blew the minds of some of my pupils. Truly inspirational stuff. Nick Dennis Amazing! Love it, especially the fact that the music/sounds matched the animations. :) http://www.blackhistory4schools.com Dan Lyndon Interestingly I showed it to a friend of mine who is a graphic and web designer and he was sure that there were a lot of tricks in there – he reckoned that maybe 1/80 frames were actually of the wall. However I don't think that takes anything away from the quality of the end product.