Because god knows there aren't entirely too many versions of Blade Runner already (and that's not even counting the sequel/prequel/remake/revisitation/god knows what that Ridley Scott is threatening us with now that he's flailed around in Prometheus), Swedish artist Anders Ramsell is planning on animating the whole film in watercolor. Made up of 3,285 paintings, here's 13 minutes of it:

That's... impressive. That said, it also just makes me want to watch the actual Blade Runner. By which I mean 2007's Blade Runner: The Final Cut, though I'm sure some of you out there are going to vehemently disagree with me for reasons that I'm guessing you are very passionate and loud about.

Kotaku, via Topless Robot.