Amazing Stop Motion

Well, this is the first time I’m embedding a youtube video. But this one is so amazing that it’s worth a post. I’m always thinking of new connections between both old and new media, and how to translate stop motion in a way which is more than just animation. Like the Muto Wall Animation, for example. But this one is absolutely extraordinary and I’m glad to see people going further with the media, reflecting the media by using it. Lovely! Have fun!

Thanks to Nils, who sent me the link to the video. But now: back to my work… Exhiition calling…

18. April 2009 by Jessica
Categories: Stuff | Tags: , | 3 comments

Comments (3)

  1. Wow. This is really ‘different’… I knew the Muto Wall stuff before, but this one is a real nice demonstration, of how this medium can be used – incorporating the surroundig ‘studio’. And then the part, where it becomes three dimensional (last part). Thanks for posting. You might also be interested in this two videos (also youtube… :)):
    [post-it animation](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qC_-Nx2CWR4) and
    [Human Flipbook](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HClNcAvD1AY).
    All the best for your exhibtion !

  2. I was going to feature this too, Jessica! It’s so creative! It’s gone mad viral!

  3. Hey Michael,
    sorry for editing your comment, but now you can click on the links to go directly to the youtube website. I like the human flipbook more and there’s a nice making of on their [website](http://www.humanflipbook.com).

    Shelley, you’re right: these times things go so viral, and the world is getting smaller all the time. So with us, this Japanese fellow is quite popular now… ;)