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I saw this post it stopmotion a couple of days ago and i thought it was beautifully done, so I have to share it with you, hope you enjoy this.
As part of an advertising campaign for Melissa, a new shoe store in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the shoe brand partnered up with 3M to get 350,000 Post-its to create an animated stop motion video — the largest one to ever use so many sticky notes.
With a theme of “the power of love,” the public was invited to leave their own love messages on the Post-its while the animators worked vigorously to move the notes around to create an animation.
What the 25 animators end up with is a colorful animation that features elephants, balloons, flowers, and all sorts of hypnotic patterns that have a pixelated aesthetic. I might not be a shoe freak, but I love Post-its and this video is mesmerizing.
Remember the worlds smallest stop motion with a Nokia phone? Well now here is the largest one!
Using three N8s and a lot of sand, Sumo Science and Aardman land a Guinness Record for largest stop motion set, and a great looking spot.
Less than a year after making the world’s smallest animation, Nokia just ticked off that large, lurking item on the to-do list: conjuring the world’s largest stop motion animation.
The new film, “Gulp,” tells the simple story of a fisherman who gets swallowed by a larger predator. It was shot entirely with the Nokia N8 phone. “Strapping the device to a 40 metre high cherry picker on a massive expanse of beach with gale force winds seemed like a good challenge for the smart phone,” says David Bruno, a creative at Wieden + Kennedy London which created the spot along with directing team Sumo Science, from animation studio Aardman, and sand artist Jamie Wardley, from sand and ice sculpture specialists, Sand in Your Eye.
While others upgrade their servers to create bigger, better, computer generated special effects; Aardman stays firmly and wonderfully rooted in the past using a format first popularized making Gumby in the 50s. The British animation studio isn’t one to jump on the latest trends. They’ve made computer animated films, but what’s the point, since even though Flushed Away was done with computers they ended up using all that computer animation to make it look like it was stop-motion.
Aardman’s movies, at their best, are like no other. I want them to stay rooted in a world that’s totally out of step with what everyone else is doing. I like the idea that they’re out there, ignoring the trends and making movies about a bachelor who loves cheese and his problems with vegetable-eating were-rabbits. So what are they doing making a movie about pirates, in 3D no less?
I’m not sure. This seems suspiciously like Aardman trying to latch on to something that’s cool. People like pirates, pirates are cool. I don’t want Aardman making movies about things people automatically like. I don’t want them trying to be cool. But here it is anyway, the trailer for their next stop-motion movie The Pirates! A Band of Misfits, in 3D no less.
Well it still looks like an Aardman film and though 3D is starting to wear out its welcome, if you’re going to use it on anything it always seems to work best on these stop-motion movies. Anyone remember Coraline 3D? That was wonderful.
Look for the awkwardly named The Pirates! A Band of Misfits in theaters around March 30, 2012.
About the Director: Christopher Kezelos has recently relocated to Los Angeles from Sydney, Australia and is seeking new Directing opportunities and representation. To get in touch, you can contact him here: zealouscreative.com/contact/
So we have been away for some time, but there has been some amazing work done while we were away. Nowhere Near Here is a perfect example, please check it out and visit the website.
Awesome work Pahnl!
If life is a catwalk, run like a dog.
‘Nowhere Near Here’ is a stop motion animation that uses a combination of light with stencils and long exposure photography to tell the story of a dog running around the city at night, doing whatever a dog does. The animation was first exhibited at the The Herbert, in Coventry, on the 7th October 2010.
With well over 300 hours in the making, more than 200 stencils involved and too many cold nights spent outside on my knees getting the shots, I am very happy (and relieved) to finally share this with you. Through the course of shooting ‘Nowhere Near Here’, I have dealt with curious drunks, a dog almost peeing on the camera (the irony is not lost on me, haha), the endlessly suspicious police and even someone nearly running off with a tripod.
This is street art, this is life and thank you for watching.
…for those of you that may be interested in prints, a selection of film stills from ‘Nowhere Near Here’ are currently available at pahnl.co.uk/store.php
Animation by Pahnl
Check out some the production sketches from Panhl.
A few miles outside Port-au-Prince is a government-established camp for displaced people — Camp Corail, the only “official” camp in Haiti. Rows and rows of neatly spaced tents provide shelter for thousands of people. But just past Corail, a more “organic” community has sprouted. Nearly 100,000 squatters have taken things into their own hands and taken to the hills.