The Ruffled Crow

Animation, Art, and Other Shiny Things

Tag Archives: stop-motion

The Maker – Christopher Kezelos

A strange creature races against time to create his successor in this beautifully animated short.

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Les Astronautes

The End is a Beginning – Sean Pecknold

Dead All Along – Giles Timms

Les Paysages (Landscapes) – Jerónimo Rocha

Much Better Now – Salon Alpin

Undertow – Tool

Your Occasional Friday Rogue Video has arrived…

Tool’s music is generally dark and metalically disturbing, dancing the range from symphonic to near-avante garde. Their music videos, often conceived/directed by front man Maynard James Keenan, are little windows into an unsettling alternate reality. (why yes, i do have every one of their albums, why do you ask?)

38-39°C – Kangmin Kim

38-39˚c gives us the blueprint of a relationship between a father and son inside the dream the protagonist experiences while under the spell of the elevated temperatures of a bathhouse. Thick sheets of paper in exquisite arrangement represent the two men who are linked by their identical birthmarks, yet cannot seem to look at each other. —- Maureen Selwood

h/t The Pleasure of Chaos

Fast Film – Virgil Widrich

How many of the movies can you name?

Fast Film is an animated homage to motion pictures, hand-made by folding 65,000 print outs of film frames into three dimensional objects.

A woman is abducted and a man comes to her rescue, but during their escape they find themselves in the enemy’s secret headquarters.

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Going West – NZ Book Council

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