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Amazing lip-syncing video created from 4,000 portraits of 350 people

The video was made for Australian band The Paper Kites.
Oct 15th 2013, 2:50 PM 1,086 0

OUR EYES CAN’T keep up.

Australian band The Paper Kites have put together a really impressive Lip-sync music video for their new song, Young.

While they came up with the initial concept–a video composed of 350 faces and 4,000 portraits–it was made a reality by Australian production company Oh Yeah Wow.

The whole shoot took a week, but the overall editing and production process took 10 days.

Oh Yeah Wow posted some out-takes and behind the scenes shots to their Instagram account, we kinda wish they had kept the dogs in:

Source: oh_yeah_wow

The most dapper gentleman of the evening #bluevelvet #thepaperkites Source: oh_yeah_wow

Watch the finished video below, and here’s a fun game: Randomly pause and see what amusing expression you end up on.

Source: Oh Yeah Wow

h/t PetaPixel

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