Here’s something you don’t see every day: a skateboarding skeleton. The artist behind this is Darren Pearson, a master of light painting photography. The video, Light Goes On, is a stop-motion light painting animation that shows a skeleton living it up in the dark of the San Diego night. According to Pearson, it took him […]
Here’s a little stop-motion creepiness to get you in the mood for Halloween. Beautifully filmed and paced with the perfect audio elements, there is a distinct Dia De Los Muertos vibe as well, which is a huge bonus. Yes, simplicity can have incredible results.
Photojournalist and blogger Ben Garvin thought he’d sit down, shave his beard off and make a video. But his beard had another idea. Check out the hairy tricks up this beard’s sleeve. Or would it be tricks on his chin?
This behind-the-scenes video shows all the hard work that went into the creation of IBM’s 32-second stop motion greeting card. This charmingly creative electronic greeting card can be personalized for the recipient, and it’s also a great simple advertisement for IBM. Pretty much a win-win for everyone.
Chris Ullens is a London-based stop-frame animator and director, and is pretty close to being a genius. This video he’s done for Two Fingers is him all over: utterly disturbing and strangely beautiful all at the same time. Literally mind-blowing.