OK Go is perhaps one of my favorite bands, in no small part because of their willingness to take risks with their art. Their videos are always amazing and the newest one is fantastic.
What’s really neat for me as a maker though is to dig into how they made all this happen and there are all sorts of cool nuggets to be found in the behind the scenes video.
Planning, practicing and experimenting are all things that makers do as they solve problems and build things.
What did you like the most about this video? Which part would be the most fun to replicate?