Post by Meltem Akturk
Suus Hessling made this stop motion video about Alzheimer’s disease for her graduation at the School of Arts in Utrecht, Netherlands.
It’s a really good paper animation, great details on her models. Very appropriate technique and materials selected to tell the story. This makes it so much easier to understand the context in comparison to text.
Post by iSiZ
Watch this very original video, not because of the images you see, but because of the way it was made. Filmmakers, programmers and scientists have collaborated to create a Guinness World Record for the world’s smallest stop-motion film. A movie made with atoms. A movie so small it can be seen only when you magnify it 100 million times.