This is a final project for a Bachelor's Degree?

Here is New York... as a living thing, whose infrastructure blooms and wilts like mechanical flowers in warp speed.

This four-minute video is the creation of a German graphic design student named Lena Steinkühler, who completed it as a project to get her bachelor's degree. The stills alone are enough to make Hunter S. Thompson jealous:

But, of course, to get the full experience you must watch the video:

New York Biotopes from Lena Steinkühler on Vimeo.

HT Creators Project

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