Happy Song and Jelly Belly Mosaics Bring Joy to Millions of Viewers
Singer-songwriter Kina Grannis' YouTube sensation "In Your Arms" is solid proof that upbeat lyrics, an innocent face and stunning, yet pure, artistic visuals can be just as appealing to a musical audience as all the profanity, flash and vampy back-up dancers in the world.
In the two months since the video was released, it has reached nearly 5,000,000 pageviews and over 64,000 likes.
Perhaps the most unique concept of any video on YouTube, Grannis and her crew created a video entirely out of stop motion photographs of Grannis singing on top of moving Jelly Belly candy mosaics. 288,000 Jelly Belly beans, donated by the company, were used in the making of the video, which took nearly two years to produce.
From Alpine skiing to jumping with cats to floating in outer space, it truly is a visual spectacle to behold.