Follow me here: this guy, Cesar Kuriyama took a year off of work — wouldn't that be nice — and compiled one second from every day of that year to make this short film. It's instantly both calming and stimulating, and he does some really cool stuff with his year off. Take a look. 

1 Second Everyday - Age 30 from Cesar Kuriyama on Vimeo.

The film follows Kuriyama through landmark moments of 2011: the death of Osama Bin Laden and the passing of Steve Jobs, as well as the ultra-mundane: a haircut, a board game. I won't ruin the whole thing for you, but I did spot some awesome locations in Austin, Portland, and his home-city of New York. [via ThisisAwesome]

What do you think of Kuriyama's concept? Did you find the film enlightening, or entertaining?