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Embroidered Zoetrope by Elliot Schultz puts mealworms, neon cubes, and mandala-like designs onto a fabric record and lets them dance. “The animation is activated when a strobe light illuminates the discs in sync with the embroidered frames of animation,” Schultz writes on Vimeo. The hand-sewn designs circulate and gesticulate on top of a record player as though the turntable is inspiring motion. Check out Embroidered Zoetrope in motion below:
See more of Elliot Schultz's work on his website.Via Vimeo.Related:Nature's Golden Ratio Inspires 3D-Printed ZoetropesArtist Builds Walkable, Life-Sized Zoetrope Out of Garbage'Universal Record' Lets You Spin Any Song on a Turntable