This animated version of Gogol’s classic surrealist story was done in “pinboard,” an obsolete animation style that looks like moving woodcuts! I didn’t think the soundtrack did justice to the visuals, so I decided to do my own. In homage to the Russian subject, I used themes from Tschaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Prokofiev, Stravinsky, some folk music, and lots of electronics and sound effects.

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