14 posts tagged stop-motion

Address Is Approximate

by Tom Jenkins

A beautiful and amazingly-executed stop-motion story about toys that travel the world without ever leaving the office that is their home.

(via Dustin Henderlong)

The Sandpit

by Sam O’Hare

I’m such a sucker for these kinds of short films. This one takes a slightly different look at New York City. No skylines, no subways, or any of the cliché landmarks. For some reason it makes the lives that are being filmed seem more real or human.

Check it out on Vimeo for HD or get some more information in an interview with the filmmaker. He put over 35,000 still images into this thing. Amazing.


by Philip Bloom

Beautiful time-lapse videos filmed over 5 days and nights in Dubai. Philip talks more about the shoot in this article.

Field Notes Colors

I love this ad/promo video for the Field Notes Colors subscription. I also love the notebooks, but as beautiful as the Colors sets look, can’t bring myself to pay for it. I just don’t go through that many notebooks in a year…

Firekites’ “Autumn Story”

a music video in chalk animation

An excellent song from Firekites’ album The Bowery set to chalk animation in a video co-directed by Yanni Kronenberg and Lucinda Schreiber. Can’t even imagine how much work this must’ve taken.

(via Motionographer)

Goodbye London

A music video for Murray John’s “Goodbye London” song.

Really fun animation and character treatment. I always love good interaction between “live” and animated worlds.

(via Motionographer)

MuteMath: Spotlight Video

In a Van.

Mute Math always seems to be able to take a low budget and turn it into a memorable music video this new one is no exception.

(ps – it kills me to have to embed a crappy myspace vid, but the one on YouTube was pulled for “terms of use violation”)

Her Morning Elegance

Oren Lavie

Continuing on my stop-motion music video theme, here is an excellent one for Oren Lavie’s equally excellent song, Her Morning Elegance (iTunes Link).

The video was directed by Oren Lavie, Yuval & Merav Nathan with the photography by Eyal Landesman.

(via @keeg)