Wee See: A Visual Design Experience

Wee See: A Visual Design Experience

Sarah Rae Smith
May 27, 2009

Wee See is launching their new website today and although we had intended to hop over to check things out, we hadn't planned on spending 20+ minutes watching their ridiculously soothing and playful videos. Rolyn Barthelman in combination with Polyphonic Spree front man, Tim DeLaughter, has developed a sensory experience for babies and their parents alike. We've been entranced all morning, check out a snippet of their videos after the jump!

The Wee See videos are part art installation and part pacifier. They are a collection of black-and-white animations built from basic shapes to which captivated us and are sure to do the same for your children. As vision develops slowly over the first months of life, the Wee See videos aim to provide surfaces of bold, well-defined artwork to engage your baby's curious mind and bring the screen to vibrant life.

Don't forget to take a peek at their second video over at the Wee See website. Currently you can find them in-stores in Dallas, although we're sure to see them being carried at retailers across the country soon!

(Images: Wee See)

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