Again in April 2020, animator Henning M. Lederer launched his “Books & Sleeves” project the place he turns summary geometric patterns, all featured on classic guide and report covers, into mesmerizing transferring photos. Above, you’ll be able to watch the second installment of the undertaking, which doesn’t disappoint.
Previously, we’ve additionally featured extra of Lederer’s inventive work–from his animations of mid-century minimalist book covers and vintage psychology and philosophy books, to his animation of a 1926 lithograph that famously portrays the human physique as a contemporary manufacturing unit. Remember to give all of them a watch.
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