The Sydney Opera House is an impressive piece of world architecture, but for the past week it’s been an even greater spectacle.
A global animation project by Universal Everything, collaborating with over 20 different animation studios worldwide to create a living mural on one of the world’s most iconic buildings.
Embracing emerging technologies, Universal Everything’s process always starts from drawing. The hand drawn cell animation techniques seen in this film are akin to the early pioneers of animation Len Lye, Norman McLaren and Walt Disney.
Due to the use of traditional animation techniques, this film could have existed in 1920, albeit with a 21st century twist – bringing our influences of global pop culture, modernist graphics and physics simulations into a playful exploration of this iconic building.
Sydney Opera House Transformed into a Living Mural: