The Late Movies: Stop Motion, part 2
Last week we brought you 10 of our favorite stop motion videos. Tonight, we've got 10 more for you.
Have a favorite we haven't mentioned? Let us know in the comments!
This is exactly what happens to me when I'm on deadline:
Rhett and Link used more than 200 specially designed T-shirts to create this awesome video.
(Behind-the-scenes video available here, via Very Tasteful.)
Ever wonder what it would be like to ski through Seattle? This stop motion video gives you a taste.
Let My Shoes Lead Me Forward
The music video for Jenny Wilson's "Let My Shoes Lead Me Forward" used 500 pairs of shoes.
Olympus created "PEN Giant" as a follow-up to its 2009 "PEN Story;" both are ads for the Olympus PEN line of cameras.
(Watch the "making of" video here.)
Doug Savage's stop motion video for "Phantom Mountain" was the winning entry in a Laura Veirs video contest.
This Scrabble commercial was created by PES for the game's 60th anniversary.
(You can watch the rest of PES's stop motion commercials and short films at the artist's YouTube channel.)
This short film by Angela Kohler and Ithyle Griffiths features Alison Sudol (A Fine Frenzy) and her song "Sleepwalking."
Every Colour You Can Dream Of
Dael Oates directed this stop motion commercial for Target Australia, highlighting the fact that the store offers "every colour you can dream of."
(Watch the children's version here.)