How many jelly beans does it take to make a music video? 288,000 is the magic number for Kina Grannis' "In Your Arms," which is made entirely of Jelly Belly jelly beans. A few more numbers: the project took 22 months, 1,357 hours, 30 people, two ladders and one still camera.
In the making-of video, Grannis spends a lot of time lying down on top of glass, under which lies the jellybean scenery backdrop. According to director Greg Jardin, some frames would take five minutes to shoot, others three hours. But their patience paid off, as the final product puts jellybean artists everywhere to shame.
Now watch how it was made: