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Airy Me

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Japanese: Airy Me


Type: Music
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 17, 2013
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Source: Music
Duration: 5 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.411 (scored by 745 users)
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Ranked: #55212
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A test subject is administered daily medication by a nurse in a ward where mysterious medical experiments take place. One day, when the nurse presses the switch of the test subject, it successfully transforms into a chimera. When the test subject continues to hold human desires to take on non-human forms, what spectacle will arise as a result? And what effect will this have on the subject's relationship with the nurse?

(Source: Japan Media Arts Festival)


Airy Me is inspired by Cuushe's 2009 song of the same name. The animation also features her 2013 song "Steamy Mirror."

Yoko Kuno created Airy Me from 3,000 still images drawn over almost two years. Images were drawn with colored pencils and crayon and edited with Adobe Photoshop and After Effects. It received the Animation Division New Face Award at the 17th Japan Media Arts Festival.

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Feb 5, 2015
This came to me via a recommendation of a friend/acquaintance after a short chat about 00:08 because of the similarity of their art style. Both are emotionally driven, hand drawn pencil ellipsoidal animations with a series of repetitions eventually coming to a kind of explanatory crescendo. The difference for me was that the narrative of 'Airy Me' has clarity that 00:08 was lacking.

The video was directed by visionary Yoko Kuno, an animator known for a highly stylized animation style of schoolyard drawings and large, feminine, soft eyes created the video using 3000 individual hand-drawn illustrations and utilized the look of a child drawing pictures to read more
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