prague-based 3D artist miki nemcek has created a video that explores the stage when larva transforms into a butterfly. the title of the short exploration, .P.U.P.A., refers to an insect in its inactive immature form between larva and adult. ‘I decided to dive into an endless variety of abstract compositions, forms, and atmospheres,’ explains nemcek. ‘this short film is a result of a hard work in a constantly relaxed mindset that comes naturally with slow and lightly hypnotical movements of the larval bodies.’

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miki nemcek — who describes himself as a motion graphic designer and 3D artist — was inspired to create a video that captured this incredible natural transformation. the film, and the accompanying images depict abstract expressions of the lifecycle, where organically-shaped forms move and manipulate in strange and surreal ways. ‘enjoy this piece with proper sound in a dark room and let your mind relax…‘ suggests nemcek.

miki nemcek

miki nemcek

miki nemcek

miki nemcek

miki nemcek

miki nemcek

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