Archive for the ‘Stop Motion’ Category

I Look & Move by Constantine Konovalov

Stop-motion animation by Constantine Konovalov.

“Every second our planet is spinning you, but you can begin to twist our peace himself. Every day you are able to go ahead in order to be happy and make happy others. Yes, it is not so simple. There are many obstacles in the way. Life is not a movie. Although it as a movie has a physical end. Nobody knows what our life is over. And while you live you are the director of each moment. Our new Stop Motion Animation “I LOOK & MOVE” about all those people who were able to turn this world, to change something, build something, create something and do something that leaves a mark on our planet.”

Tegels by Johan Rijpma

The hidden movements and melodies of street tiles. Directed by Johan Rijpma.

Tiles is an animation made of a large photographic collection of street tiles. By viewing this collection of photographs as a sequence, different movements and processes become visible within the frame of the tiles. Both music and animation are trying to find a balance between a thought-out arrangement and an arrangement of ‘chance’ deriving directly from the tiles.

This Message Is Boiling Hot by Masanori Okamoto

Set of the city in Tokyo, as a messenger, the dancing fire fairy “Ho-Ho” reflects the peoples’ hearts like anger and happiness. Directed & animated by Masanori Okamoto. Music by Saitone.

No Knives Better Lives

This animated internet viral was part of the Scottish government’s ‘No Knives Better Lives’ campaign, produced at ink.digital in Dundee by Vicki Haworth.

Broken Fingaz // Graffiti Stop Motion

First animation clip from Tant and Unga of the “broken fingaz crew” from Israel.

Music by Boreta & edIT of The Glitch Mob.

Miniature Stop Motion Graffiti: Tumblingerstraße

Abschlussarbeit Designschule München 2010. | RS YO | Musik: Mr.Polaroid.

MÖBIUS: A Stop Motion Sculpture

MÖBIUS – Federation Square: A collaborative stop motion sculpture.

21 large triangles animated by Melbourne, throughout Federation Square. MÖBIUS is a sculpture that can be configured into many cyclical patterns and behave as though it is eating itself, whilst sinking into the ground. The result is an optical illusion and a time-lapse of people interacting with the sculpture and moving through Melbourne’s landmark location throughout the day.

Western Spaghetti by PES

Written & directed by PES.

*2009 Sundance Film Festival Winner.

*TIME Magazine voted #2 Viral Video of the Year.

*2009 Audience Award, Annecy Animation Festival.

Der Kleinere Raum

Directed & animated by Cristobal Leon & Nina Wehrle.

ZYKLUS I

Waldboden Stop Motion von den Machern des Roboter-Animationskurzfilms Kurzschluss.

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