UK-based artist chris labrooy continues his auto elastic explorations with a new series inspired by japan’s capital city and kisho kurokawa’s nakagin landmark capsule tower.

Four vehicles — a honda NSX, datsun 240Z, datsun skyline GT-R and the toyota AE86 — are digitally distorted, stretched, twisted and tangled as they drive through the empty urban landscape. The video and accompanying graphics sees two passing cruisers suddenly interlock in a strange sculptural geometry, a yellow toyota elongated to accommodate two cartoon characters in its void, and an electric blue datsun sliced in half as it hovers in mid-air.

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Two cruisers interlock in a strange sculptural geometry.

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A yellow car is stretched to feature a void at its core.

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Two animated characters are placed within the elongated center of the car.

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An electric blue datsun is sliced in two, while its upper half hovers in mid-air.

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The series draws influence from japan’s capital city and kisho kurokawa’s nakagin landmark capsule tower.

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