Watch Anders Nilsen draw a 360 degree comic

A trip to Berlin resulted in a unique opportunity to turn a room into a comic strip.

Big Questions creator Anders Nilsen recently went to Berlin, and while there, he turned a room into a comic.

The drawing extended around all four walls of a room at an art space called Radialsystem, and “Walking in Circles,” as the piece was called, was up for a day before it was painted over.

“I’ve always worked in a variety of styles, and form and content are always very much of a piece in my work,” Nilsen wrote on his blog. “It was really fun to draw a comic on the walls of a room and have that circumstance intertwine itself into the content of the piece. It’s not a piece that could have existed on paper.”

Check out the video of Nilsen’s work after the jump:

“‘Walking in Circles’ doesn’t exist anymore, but the piece, while unique in my body of work in obvious ways, is nevertheless closely related to a couple of accordion books I’ve done in the last couple of years which are also landscapes with stories unfolding through them,” Nilsen said. “Those are Adam and Eve Sneak Back into the Garden to Steal More Apples and Box Landscape with Chase Scene.”

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