This was a self initiated project that aimed to explore and appreciate the subtle beauty of haiku poetry through animation. I was eager to make visual experiment, as well as to create a dialog between two forms of communication: sound and geometric forms.
I was always fascinated by the Japanese poetry — haiku for it’s brevity of form and richness of content. A traditional haiku blends simplicity and fullness in its form. It made me curious to apply these haiku principles: brevity and simplicity in a visual experiment with polygons. A short soundtrack which I chose for this piece of animation helped me to bring overall composition together.
Moreover I received great experience working with geometric forms and texture in 3D animation software. The process of creating something in a different way by not copying oneself, is very stimulating.