PBS Digital Series Blank on Blank turns lost interviews into animated videos, and according to their website, their aim is to “preserve and re-imagine the American interview.” The show’s newest episode features famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright on The Mike Wallace Interview in 1957. Wright, who was 90 at the time, was in the midst of overseeing the construction of the Guggenheim Museum in New York. The animation reacts to the conversation at hand as Wright touches upon subjects like, people’s perception of him as arrogant—to which he responds with a decidedly confident, "I think that any man who really has faith in himself will be dubbed arrogant by his fellows."—and how he would have re-imagined the architecture of the entire country if he had 15 more years to live. The colorful graphics and engaging music give the interview a new dimension that perhaps would have been less entertaining to viewers, had it simply contained two seated figures.
Watch the entire episode below: