Where Things Come From by Hardy Seiler

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 10, 2012
An inspiring and charming motion graphic conceived by Hardy Seiler and executed with the help of his talented peers. Hardy Seiler is a creative in Hannover, Germany where he creates straightforward and compelling communication design. He specialises in corporate, editorial, graphic and design.

Japanther "Come Back Home" Stop Motion Video and Auction

Music // Tuesday, May 01, 2012
Film makers Kirk Dianda recently collaborated with Amber B in making Japanther's latest stop-moton music video for "Come Back Home," and the animation cels from it are for sale on eBay—which ends Tuesday, May 2. All the art cel proceeds go to Mentalpod.com, a free podcast out of LA that deals with mental health, so click here to purchase original Japanther artwork used in production.

"Things Change': Stop-Motion Mural by British artist, Jo Peel

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 24, 2012
We really enjoyed this stop-motion, mural timelapse this morning. From what British street artist Jo Peel writes about her mural and subsequesnt video piece, what we have here is a "3 week painting condensed into a 3 minute animation. This is a short story told on a big wall at Village Underground in Shoreditch, London." Its quite good.

The Duel with LEGOs

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 23, 2012
Regardless that this was made with LEGOs (and might we say, some wonderful beheading scenes here and great effects with the LEGO characters), somebody took a ton of time to create this stop-motion piece, The Duel. The director's note: All effects (incl. motion blur/explosions/wind/wood etc.) are in shot and were happening as the picture is taken."

The Joy of Books Stop-Motion Video

Juxtapoz // Saturday, January 14, 2012
We would like to thank the people who created this stop-motion, husband and wife team Sean and Lisa Ohlenkamp and their crew for making this incredibly time intensive piece, The Joy of Books. Filmed in Type bookstore in Toronto, we can only imagine how long just the stacking and restacking must have taken.

The LEGO Stop-Motion Marriage Proposal

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 11, 2012
You know it, we know it, everyone knows it; we love LEGO art. Atlanta-based filmmaker Walt Thompson just created this incredible and time-consuming stop motion of a marriage proposal. The best part?It documents the proposal and courtship of his girlfriend Nealey Dozier.

Nicos Livesey's Trippy Stop Motion Animation

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 20, 2011
London-based animator Nicos LIvesey created this animation by layering varying colorful forms and patterns of plasticine and then slicing 2 millimeters width for every frame. Considering the scale of the form, Livesey framed the animation in a manner that feels life-sized and very much in the viewer's space.

Spike Jonze: Mourir Auprès de Toi (To Die By Your Side) Stop-Motion

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Spike Jonze’s just creatd this "tragicomic" stop-motion animation for designer Olympia Le-Tan. What makes us excited, besides the fact that Spike Jonze always makes interesting films, is that this animation takes place at Paris' famed bookstore, Shakespeare and Company. A skeleton and felt woman then have a love story to make.

Mobius: Stop-Motion Installation

Juxtapoz // Saturday, August 13, 2011
That is a mouthful. This project, MÖBIUS, by Melbourne, Australia-based design and public art installation firm ENESS, seems simple enough: a lot of effects done on a computer to make the effect of objects moving in and around a city center. But this is one painstaking, deliberate, detailed piece of stop motion, public art.

Gulp: A Very Large Stop-Motion Animation Short

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 04, 2011
Who isn't a fan of some good stop-motion animation? Whether you are a fan of Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox or The Brother's Quay's Street of Crocodiles, almost everyone has a little place in their heart for some well-captured moving things. Gulp was released today by Aardman Animations and W + K.
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