Experimental stop-motion short takes viewers on a whimsical journey through the decades

When I was growing up, I was obsessed with stop-motion films! I was so curious about the process and patience required that my first years of college study focused on puppet making and video art–an attempt to create my own claymation major. My life pivoted a thousand times since, but I've retained a deep love of magic of the craft, so I was head over heels to discover this really weird and fascinating experimental stop-motion piece posted on /ObscureMedia described as Karel Zeman meets Monty Python.

From Youtube:

This made in Massachusetts pixelation short subject was shot on 16mm film. It was made at Yvonne Anderson's Yellow Ball Workshop. It was released in 1966. This film is a combination of 1920's comedy shorts, 1930's cartoons, 1940's urban life, 1950's experimental cinema, and 1960's campiness. Give it a watch it is art.