Artikel-Schlagworte: „stop- motion“

Jan Švankmajer

Dienstag, 14. Dezember 2010

long time ago i stumbled upon JAN ŠVANKMAJER´s  Version of ALICE and it scared and attracted me at the same time… today i rediscovered his work and i´m overwhelmed again!

The Czech filmmaker and surrealist is a nonpareil artist (born 4 September 1934 in Prague) and his great influence to other well-known artists is undeniable – such as TIM BURTON and TERRY GILLIAM (WIKIPEDIA say-so).

CZECHOSLOVAKIA , 1990 10 min –  Director / Writer Jan Svankmajer

Tma/Světlo/Tma (Darkness/Light/Darkness), 1989 via >>

COLLAGE via Toys and Techniques

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Ms. Bakery loves Cake

Montag, 10. Mai 2010

Amazing work by Alexandre Dubosc for the 50th anniversary of the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.


You Came Out!!!

Donnerstag, 25. Juni 2009

this is such an amazing work…every sequence is handpainted from frame to frame to create this perfect stop-motion movement!
again and again…

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we went out
we got wasted
you went home
and turkey basted



Sonntag, 13. April 2008

i am so excited! the wonderful anne abert from hamburg will do an installation at the bakery gallery. its gonna be a stop motion movie installation based on a fiction by boris vian. vernissage on friday, 25th of april starting at 20.00h

i am so in love with her playful und detailed approach to create unique and beautiful worlds and by the way, anne is a marvellous person as well.

so if you are as curious as i am come by and have a look at this fantastic piece of art.


Mittwoch, 30. Januar 2008

this little masterpiece is my greatest inspiration. vincent is a 1982 stop- motion short film written and directed by tim burton. i could watch it all the time!

 ”Vincent Malloy is seven years old 

He´s always polite and does what he´s told

For a boy his age, he´s considerate and nice

But he wants to be just like Vincent Price” 

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