OK Go make printers their new medium with a technicolour video for single ‘Obsession’

Posted in Music, Music Videos
By Sam Bathe on 24 Nov 2017



Shooting their last music video in under 5 seconds then it playing back in super slow motion, and the time before that jetting into space, OK Go’s new single Obsession sees 567 printers rigged together to form a two-sided, kaleidoscopic wall. Synchronising printouts to create a series of amazing geometric patterns, the band dart around infront to create enough geometric chaos to break YouTube’s compression settings. Directed by front Damian Kulash, Jr. and Yusuke Tanaka, watch the video at 1440p or 2160p – not just ‘Auto HD’ – to experience the full impact.

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