If you’ve been following The Internaut over the past few weeks, you’d have noticed a recent trend of posts covering themes in the range of art, music, storytelling, entertainment, and plain ol’ dedication.
Music artist Kina Grannis and her producers managed to combine all of those themes into one unique blend of expression with the music video for “In Your Arms.” And jelly beans. Hundreds of thousands of jelly beans.
In total, it took 2,460 frames, 1,357 hours, and 288,000 jelly beans to complete the video.
The MV has been out for over a year now, but if you’ve never heard the song or seen the video before, I would suggest that you watch this “making of” clip before watching the actual music video:
DVD and Blu-Ray culture has set us up to learn about most behind-the-scenes stories, bonus trivia, and special features long after we’ve already seen a movie or show – but I think there’s something special about appreciating in advance, the hard work, preparation, and detailed intricacies that make up the arms that support the final product.
…it’s in those arms that this music video really shines: