Rymdreglage, a Swedish electronica/animation duo, took the world (or at least YouTube) by storm in 2009 with their mind-blowing stop-motion animation, '8-bit trip.'
Now they've got a sequel planned — a project so epic that they've managed to squeeze a video just out of its preparation: specifically, the unpacking and sorting of the Lego bricks they'll need to create '8-bit trip Part 2.'
65,000 bricks. 100 boxes. 71 hours. What in real life is likely to have been unbearably tedious becomes far more entertaining when played back at a thousand times the speed. Take a look:
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