Old tools reborn as undersea creatures in ‘The Deep’

"The Deep" reimagines manufactured objects as undersea lifeforms.

(Credit: Video screenshot by Tim Horyak/CNET)

American animator PES is known for his mind-bending shorts featuring everyday objects.

In his Academy Award-nominated “Fresh Guacamole,” strange things happen on a kitchen coutertop.

One of his latest YouTube uploads is “The Deep,” an enchanting animation featuring metal tools as bizarre aquatic creatures, but ones that are eerily lifelike.

The short was first released in 2010 and appeared on Showtime’s YouTube channel but PES has uploaded it in high-def to his own channel.

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