Powers of Ten x Katsu

Powers of Ten x Katsu
Dan Gould
  • 25 june 2009

Red Bucket Films and notorious graffiti artist Katsu have joined forces to create their own version of the classic Eames film about scale, Powers of Ten. The short follows Katsu as he executes a series of his skull tags, which grow in size from  1/20 of an inch (on a grain of rice) to a massive 120 foot wide roof-top piece.

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