Throughout recent human history mankind has accepted a geometry that only describes ideal shapes: spheres, circles, cubes and squares. Uniform, rectangular objects like boxes and buildings do not usually occur in nature. Benoit Mandelbrot, the father of fractal geometry has given science a new language to describe roughness and the way things really feel, look and sound. With this short film, we’ve interpreted his most famous sentence, “Clouds are not spheres”, starting from a perfect euclidean sphere, slowly turning into a Mandelbrot fractal (2D) that became a Mandelbulb (3D version of Mandelbrot) and at the end after all this growing complexity, a cloud emerges. This is basically the meaning of the Short film, dedicated to Benoit.