I saw Kina Grannis 'In Your Arms' music video for the first time today. It's simply amazing - literally a work of art! It took almost two years with the work of 30 people, and required 288,000 Jelly Belly jelly beans. Mmmm I love Jelly Bellies (my favorites are Pear and Root Beer)! Director Greg Jardin and his team assembled every bean, in every 2,640 frames and shot them individually! Yikes! Basically he created a music video with the same concept as the flip book. Props to Greg and his extreme patience! Check it out. P.S. the behind the scene's clip is great too!