Sometimes you just need to spend a few minutes watching little pigs eat their way through food. Little stop-motion animated pigs, that is. Little stop-motion animated pigs from Japan. Sure, why not?! I'm showing you some of the videos I found on YouTube from its creator, kogumipip, but there are more on TikTok where they are super popular. Nearly 6M followers, and counting! According to their bio, they want to "Make the world smile." Mission accomplished over here.
Every headline writer has their own pun for Tomohito Okazaki's astounding short film Matches, featuring stop-motion animation executed with outstanding detail and fluidity. [via Metafilter] READ THE REST
Joaquin Baldwin made a time-lapse music video, lip syncing "Better Days" by @Radical Face over a period of 101 days as he let his beard grow. The "making of" video explains how Baldwin did it: READ THE REST
Hallelujah the Hills are kind of indie rock institution in Boston, always finding new ways to bring experimental artistry to their post-punk sound. Case-in-point: over the course of 4 months in quarantine, lead singer Ryan Walsh decided to make a stop-motion music video for their song "The Memory Tree," from the band's recent album I'm… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Listen, long gone are the days of being able to fix everything just by plugging it back in again (otherwise we would have done that with the completely nuts country already).… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Spending habits getting out of hand? Sure, you absolutely needed 1,000 rolls of toilet paper not so long ago, but that opened the door to frivolous, mindless shopping you otherwise would… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. It's hard to remember a time before apps — and no, not the kind they serve at your favorite dinner joint. From banking to talking to friends to shopping for houses,… READ THE REST