Cut to Bliss: Force of Fashion



Mori Wu created this video mainly using Photoshop for frame by frame animation. 

'Cut to Bliss: Force of Fashion is my SVA MFA Computer Art graduate thesis short film. It’s an abstract motion graphic film of vignettes that explore fashion as a way to express female empowerment. 

Rather than telling a narrative story, reconstructing the modern female fashion history as geometric thought-provoking visual impact, abstracting the sensitive emotions into unique animation shifts are my distinctive visual language to convey the concept, in the meanwhile, encouraging the viewer to add their own observations.'



By: Lisa
Posted: Mon 13th Jun 2016

Tags: Motion, animation, character, colour, Fashion, frame by frame, Motion, Photoshop, sensitive

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