If you’re not familiar with puppeteer Barnaby Dixon, this is an excellent introduction:
Stop motion animation, done well, is always amazing. And then this wonderful parody of art tourism… wow.
“A little girl finds the whole world in a leaf.” A student project by Angela Steffen.
I dunno about the explanation, but this is lovely to watch.
For those as are hip re: animation, Sally Cruikshank is classic. I’m not hip. I’ve just discovered her. This 1987 short has music by Danny Elfman (!). Apparently there are copyright issues between the two of them (go to the YouTube page for the story) so this may be a very temporary post as the guard dogs are afoot. If the video stops working, click the YouTube link above. I really like this work. That shouldn’t be surprising as I also like Fritz the Cat.
A little something for Halloween…
It’s amazing how capitalism seems to turn everything into an exercise in gluttony, but this is… cute. A thesis project…
1992 Ged Haney film… very strange.
taxes, after all, are negotiable.