Explanation from Adam Voorhes
For this project I collaborated with illustrator Will Bryant to create a stop motion animation for Bluetooth’s publication ‘Signature.’ We incorporated the cover copy and the logo into the illustration and filled the cover with Will’s signature style. I love seeing a cover done organically, let alone being able to display it as an animation!
Whilst I think Moleskine’s are getting a little out of reach price-wise for the common writer*/artist, this is nice.
*thought from a broke writer.
This looks pretty cool, then you realize just how cool it really is when you see it’s made from wooden blocks. A stop motion of 4085 photo that must have been a real mind twister to put together by Nobody Beats The Drum’s VJ / visual artist Rogier van der Zwaag.
Or hiking up mountains either, for that matter.
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And you can even buy the shirts.
Can’t remember who sent me this.
If you were looking right at me right now, I would be mouthing the word ‘wow’. Can’t even imagine the planning that went into constructing and getting something like this done.
I’d never seen this in HD. So much more lickable! (You have to click through to watch in HD btw)
Bit late to this one. But better late than never!
A little stop motion from Tomas Mankovsky to watch with your breakfast. Some “making of” stuff here.
Ah, so that’s how it’s done. But this is really how it’s done.
And this is how this video was made:
We made this video using a technique called “pixilation”, which is a fancy term for stop-motion animation done with real people instead of puppets. We shot it, frame by frame, with Raquel’s Canon DSLR over a period of nine months. More here…
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