Super Grass: A Short & Wobbly Film by Maxim Peter Griffin

Location: Lincolnshire

Maxim Peter Griffin is a landscape artist, cartographer and walker based in Lincolnshire. He also makes very short films.

Super Grass
It seems that this grass is super.

So Mote It Be
Blink and you’ll miss the horror beneath the fabric.

Stone
Stare, stare at the stones. What’s going on with the stones?

Untitled
Take the mushrooms and look up.

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