Check out this knitted interpretation of Eadweard Muybridge’s famous galloping horse zoopraxiscope experiment.
(If you missed Amanda Ronan’s story on Muybridge from last week, check it out here.)
Here’s Muybridge’s original photo-film:
And here’s a remake by artist Sam Meech…
…made with 272 frames captured on a custom 13-meter-long stretch of knitted fabric.
It’s even better with sound effects:
Pretty amazing. Learn more about Sam’s work by visiting his website here.
Many thanks to Kristen Kovatch for the tip. She writes, “AT LAST–I’ve found how I can combine all of my interests. Knitting and horses.”
Go Knitting and Riding!
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