Dedicated Johnny Cash fans now have the chance to show their appreciation in a new interactive tribute to the late country pioneer.
The Johnny Cash Project has been collecting portraits of the Man in Black and piecing the highest rated drawings together in chronological order to create an animated video for Cash's last recorded song, "Ain't No Grave."
Video: Johnny Cash Project, "Ain't No Grave"
The project will continue to evolve as more pictures are submitted, but fans can already see an intricate black and white moving portrait of Cash set to the haunting song. It's being helmed by the same team that created the equally incredible Arcade Fire interactive video for "We Used to Wait."
Are interactive videos becoming the new frontier of band to fan interaction? There's no way MTV or VH1 could keep up with this. That is, if they still showed videos.