I stumbled apon this video on youtube. The video is of Johnny Cash's latest release "Aint No Grave". The concept of the video is amazing. The creators edited video of Johnny from his archives, then w/ the help of Johnny's fans each frame of the video was drawn over w/ the help of their inovative website. This is how the video looks now........
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You can pause this video at anytime and see the what the artist of each frame was thinking
Now heres the coolest thing about the video. Although what you just watched may seem like a finished video, it is not. This video was designed to be forever changing, forever growing. The developers created this site www.thejohnnycashproject.com
for fans to go and create their own frames. You can also go on and re edit the frames that are already drawn to create your own version of the video. This to me is the coolest idea I have ever seen for a music video, letting the fans be a part of the legacy of Johnny Cash.
I just thought maybe w/ the amount of artistic talent in the Garage Gang, one or two of ya might find this interesting. I know there are alot of music fans here too, and I think you really only need a love for music to be a part of this very inovative video. So go on and check it out, and be a part of music video history.