In the video, abstract shapes designed in Photoshop then formed utilizing a scrapbook cutting device and then photographed in a series of real world settings. This amounted to 4,000 images total, no small undertaking.
Peek-A-Boo Records calls the result "a product of The Octopus Project's collective consciousness." The record label is also offering an extended download with bonus tracks at their website (grab it now complete with B-sides and Karoke version!) Their last album, 2010's Hexadecagon is worth a revisit as well as their other recordings, plus my interview from Moogfest 2010 when they were tapped to be the backing band for Devo here.