Mirai Mizue's stuff is just rather captivating.
A bit more frantic and thus different in feel to the continuous movements provided by Mirai Mizue's Modern, and thus sometimes harder to follow and focus on in the same way. Yet that same variation in style, with musical editing and even more acidic colour shifts, allows for a massive amount of fun and more/ differing vibes. This particular geometric style is a joy to watch with its specific brand of movement and creativity. It's impressive how similar yet how incredibly different in feel and tone this and Modern end up being. Both are fantastic. Love them.
We all keep ourselves and others caged, and need to let ourselves out of the cage while helping others out of their cages. We are all liz. We are all the blue bird. We are all nozomi. We are all mizore. We are all broken. We are all flawed. We are all growing. We all need to grow. We all hurt. We all love. We all feel. We are caged yet able to be free.
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