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It’s different from what you expected (Unexpected Outcomes) from Design Ah!

A slow-building set up and then a surprising twist: “It’s different from what you expected” (later retitled “Unexpected Outcomes”) is a series of perception-bending short clips by Tokyo-based director Daihei Shibata. They were created for Design Ah! (デザインあ), a children’s educational program from Japan’s NHK television network. Through minimal and sophisticated short clips, the Peabody award-winning show fosters creative connections and design sensibilities in kids.

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What will happen next? Watch more of the series from 2014 and 2013:

Next: Enjoy more excellent videos from Design Ah! on this site.

h/t The Awesomer.

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