The 'Macbeth' skeleton -- who we assume is King Duncan of Scotland, on account of the giant knife sticking through his chest -- falls in love with a woman on the cover of 'Bram Stoker's Dracula' (Mina, perhaps?). Also working on the short was designer Olympia Le-Tan, who created the characters and helped write the story. "We would look at all the artwork over lunch whenever we would be in the same city, noting any ideas that would just make us smile. It was done like that, with no real plans," Jonze told Nowness.
You can check out the finished product below.
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