September 19, 2009

Stop-motion grooviness: Type & Legos

Being a fan of stop-motion filmmaking, I thought I’d share a couple of great recent finds. (Full-screen viewing recommended in both cases.)

“Handcrafted with love by BYU design students and faculty, for the 5th Typophile Film Festival. A visual typographic feast… Everything in the film is real–no CG effects!” [Via Marc Pawliger]
Meanwhile, as for “8-Bit Trip,” good lord:

“1500 hours of moving Lego bricks and taking photos of them.” And I thought Gondry’s Fell In Love With A Girl vid was extreme. [Via]

Posted by John Nack at 6:22 AM on September 19, 2009

Comments

  • Lynn Grillo — 8:25 AM on September 19, 2009

    Holy moley! Completely amazing.

  • Dennis Radeke — 11:20 AM on September 19, 2009

    Both of those were quite fun. I love stop motion too, but probably don’t have the patience. 1500 hours? Wow, that’s commitment.

  • Linaka Greensword — 4:36 AM on September 20, 2009

    They are amazing videos! The amount of hours that went into that though! Was probably at 3 months with at least 10- 20 people. Thanks for posting up the video!

  • Kevin Stohlmeyer — 12:05 PM on September 21, 2009

    That brings back some memories. Karate Champ rules!

  • Dirck Van Lieu — 6:21 PM on September 24, 2009

    The single-minded effort! Makes my teeth itch. Better them than me but I liked that.

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