Anny Wang (Swedish, born 1990), Tim Söderström (Swedish, born 1988), Wang & Söderström (Copenhagen, Denmark, founded 2016); 3D software: 3Ds Max, Vray, Modo; Courtesy of Wang & Söderström

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1504, Wang & Söderström Reel, 2017

Its medium is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyhvb0osbnm&.

The imaginary objects in this 3D animation behave like real things. They swell, bounce, melt, and fold as if they were made from physical materials.

Anny Wang (Swedish, born 1990), Tim Söderström (Swedish, born 1988), Wang & Söderström (Copenhagen, Denmark, founded 2016); 1:00 minute; 3D software: 3Ds Max, Vray, Modo; Courtesy of Wang & Söderström
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