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Uniforms for the Dedicated is a men’s clothing line/art/music/film project that seems to dabble in just about everything.  I don’t know anything about them at all aside from the fact that they made this damn neat video that I think you should watch.

This is a Russian cut-out animation piece from the 1970s on the theme of war. It is dreamy and disjointed, and extraordinarily beautiful. Take this one on faith. It’s a visual treat with plenty of meaning but it doesn’t have to make perfect sense the first time you see it. I have my genius friend, Helen, to thank for this one.

Yuriy Norshteyn is most famous for Hedgehog in the Fog (1975).  The animation technique involves about a meter’s worth of stacked glass panes that slide around, creating movement and depth.

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