I am a great admirer of Terry Gilliam's cut-out animations in Monty Python's Flying Circus.
They were an inspiration when I animated this blockchain explainer video for Institute for the Future:
In the above video from 1974, Gilliam shares how he made his animations. It's a complete course in cut-up animation in 15 minutes! I wish I'd seen this many years ago.
Via Open Culture.
Guldies (previously) posted this weirdly satisfing stop-motion animation of life in the woods. The visuals are amazing — 2500 still pictures taken with a Canon DSLR and sequenced at 18 frames per second in Dragonframe — but it’s the way it works with sound that I really felt.
For the 10th anniversary of Breaking Bad (no, that’s not a typo), Peruvian YouTuber Esther Bellido created this Super Mario-like animation that encapsulates the entire series in just one minute. (Likecool)
Thunder Tillman is a Swedish musician whose work lends itself to trippy animation, like this piece for Alignments by Mario Hugo and Johnny Lee.
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