There is something about Michael Bay’s films that’s almost impossible to describe. It’s a mix of kinetic energy and chaotic storytelling that for some is an awesome experience and for others a big mess.

Well Tony Zhou  has gone ahead and deconstructed Bay’s style in an a way that even the master himself supposedly can’t or won’t.

It’s utterly fascinating and will change the way you look at Bay and his imitators forever.

You can see more of Tony’s work at Every Frame A Painting.