Cut Copy's 'We Are Explorers' Video is a 3D Printed Participatory Narrative

Party N.Y.'s First Project Invites Viewers to Continue Love Story of Stop Motion Couple

Published on Feb 26, 2014

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Japanese agency Party, which (finally) officially opened its Stateside office, debuts its first work out of the N.Y. hub, a new music video for Australian band Cut Copy's "We Are Explorers." Like previous Party efforts, the new video employs the latest tech-driven techniques--in this case 3D printing. Directors Masa Kawamura, Qanta Shimizu, and Aramique Krauthamer 3D printed 3D figurines, which were then used to create a stop motion love story on the streets of L.A. But the tale doesn't end there -- the band and directors have made all the 3D printing data available on BitTorrent and are encouraging fans to print out their own characters to keep the story line going.

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Feb 26, 2014
Cut Copy
Masa Kawamura
Qanta Shimizu
Aramique Krauthamer

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