To promote the indie London band Dry the River's new album, they created these outdoor papercraft posters:
Using Google Sketch, they mapped out 3D versions of the album cover. The papercraft horses took 35 hours to make, and here is the making of video, which showcases the time-lapse construction, scored by Dry the River's single "No Rest."
Here is Dry the River's actual video for "No Rest." If anyone knows, what exactly is going on this video, can you let me know. Is this some kind of band hazing ceremony?