Tag Archive | "Stop Motion"

Super Mario 3: An Urban Stop Motion Film

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

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If you’re a Super Mario Fan, you’ll probably love this stop motion piece, in which Super Mario (made out of beads) takes an urban adventure through supermarkets, down busy streets and racing his cart through a bedroom, with the entire film made out of beads… Very very cool. Enjoy!

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Coca-Cola: Post-It Note Stop-Motion Video

Friday, June 22, 2012

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Yesterday we had the Vodafone Stop Motion Fan Celebration and here’s another great stop motion from Coca-Cola. Coca-Cola commissioned Italian artist Eduardo Zamarro to create this stop motion for the Wall of Happiness at the brand’s Conference of Happiness. The artist created the world’s largest stop-motion video using only post-it notes. The 1 million post-it [...]

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Vodafone Celebrates 100,000 Facebook Likes

Thursday, June 21, 2012

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It’s great when a brand puts some effort into their milestone celebrations and here’s a nice one from Vodafone Ireland as they reached 100,000 Facebook likes and 20,000 Twitter followers. Vodafone created this video to say thanks to their fans. The video features 10,000 sim cards with some great stop motion video footage. The sim [...]

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Pacquiao v Mayweather Stop Motion Film

Monday, June 11, 2012

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If you’re a boxing fan I’m sure you will love this piece of stop motion work… Made with over 2,500 images, 2 custom action figurines and 4 months of intense work! A little eye candy for a Monday!

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Getty Images: From Love to Bingo in 862 Images

Saturday, May 26, 2012

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Sometimes things don’t need to be interactive to be immersive, and here’s a beautiful example from Getty Images, a short (very short) film depicting a life through the thousands of images in their stock photography library, utilising 862 of them to create this story. 15 images per second, just fast enough to transform the series [...]

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Address is Approximate: Google Street View Film

Thursday, November 24, 2011

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This beautiful stop motion Google Street View film is getting some serious attention this week, it’s been live for just over 3 days and has racked up almost 400,000 views! Created by Tom Jenkins of Theory Films, it’s a great piece and a well spent three minutes! The film tells the story of a toy [...]

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Red Bull Academy World Tour 2011

Monday, October 17, 2011

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Here’s a great video from Red Bull which celebrates the Red Bull Academy World Tour 2011. The academy produced this music video to showcase many different musical styles from around the world. The film mixes different animation techniques reflecting the cities the Music Academy is touring through, using a combination of 2D, 3D, stop-motion, photography, illustration, [...]

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Stop Motion: The King of Legoland

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

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I thought I might post up a little eye candy to help get you into the week, and for anyone who use to love their toys, I’m sure you’ll appreciate this stop motion video that takes us on a journey of transformation from toy to toy as you might have collected them back in the [...]

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Nokia N8: The World’s Largest Stop Motion Film

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

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Nokia is making another big push to promote the quality cameras on board their latest range of phones, by partnering with Aardman Animations and Wieden + Kennedy once again to create the Gulp animation, a new Guinness World Record animation filmed on the Nokia N8. The stop motion fim is shot entirely on the new [...]

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Lego Black Ops in Stop Motion

Monday, December 20, 2010

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A little over a month ago I posted a great ad for Call of Duty: Black Ops that has almost 3 million views on YouTube. If you liked that, you’ll probably love this; Lego Black Ops, a great stop motion piece showcasing what looks like a FFA (free for all) battle on Black Ops, only [...]

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