28.05.09 by Jeff

Sorry I’m Late

Great little stop-motion by Tomas Mankovsky, shot on his floor.

sorry im late tomas mankovsky stop motion animation

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • the sound is a big reason why this is so great! i just thought i’d give some props for that as well!

  • lapetitefaon

    I officially love every post on this site. I love when you can roll the credits and see how its done, ugh, and the house, the voice’s girl at the end “you expect me to believe that?!” love it! Adore!

    • :) yea love it too, I think you can see more “making of” on the website!

  • emily

    yes, its brilliant in every possible way, and clever, and light hearted.

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  • that was great.

    nice find

  • so sweet! and i love the music too.

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  • Zoo

    I saw these a few days ago, and no matter how many times I stumble upon it, I watch it again

  • Kenny Brown

    this was so fricken awesome…i loved it





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