My friend Dan Paluska is working on an art project in the suburbs of Paris with Chico MacMurtrie called totemobile. I’m sure they have some fancy art words to describe it, but this is how I see things. First, there was the dancing CitroÃ«n:
People laughed. People cried. People feared that Transformers are coming to earth, and that most of them are coming here to destroy us. Then, a fan film emerged that taught us two things: 1) The CitroÃ«n dancing transformer also comes in an antique edition and 2) making commercials about dancing cars can’t be that hard, and the original one is most certainly not real:
People were stunned. The original dancing car wasn’t real! You heard it! Not! Real! In an effort to quell the masses, CitroÃ«n autos has commissioned Chico to build a real, transforming, breakdancing robot:
Ok, maybe I made most of that up, and maybe the art doesn’t breakdance, but Dan took a picture of him in the totemobile and turned it into a bitchin’ animated gif, complete with muppet arm:
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So that’s what Dan is being paid to do in Paris…
Hey, the ice skating Citroen transformer is pretty hot too.
But I still love the OG breakdancing transformer… old skool + low tech.
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These citroen ads are sweet, still not sure if i would buy one tho
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