By Phil Hall | July 29, 2012

Some filmmakers pour their heart and soul into their work, but Lara Salmon and Kevin Walker went one step further and poured in their blood.

Salmon and Walker each filled a cup with their blood, took a paintbrush and painted their blood across more than 80 feet of film. The result is two minutes of abstract figures, letters and whimsical shapes (including a DNA double-helix) created from blood. The sound of a beating heart fills the soundtrack as a rush of blood-soaked images twirl across the screen.

Running a compact two minutes, this original experimental short is a bloody imaginative work.

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