12.03.10 by Jeff

Rogier van der Zwaag

A brilliant music video for Grindin’ by Dutch electro group, Nobody Beats the Drum, directed by Rogier van der Zwaag. This ain’t CG, you’re looking at a sequence of 4,085 photos.

Nobody Beats the Drum Grindin' Stop-motion music video by Rogier van der Zwaag

Watch the video below!


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



  • This is mesmerizing and the end is like the grand finale of a fireworks show. The making-of video is good too.

  • it’s pretty amazing what you can do with alot of time, creativity and some wooden blocks.

  • Toeger Torkel

    great video… saw this over at ‘and if it’s real’ some time ago.. You should have that site as your “friends” it’s really great.

  • Peter Westergaard

    great video, so imaginative and simple. Agree with mike m, and Toeger, I’ve seen it a ton of places as well, but it’s everywhere theese days – the video. But the site you mention is really cool by the way

  • mesmerizing. and having done some middling stop motion work myself, and the making of video is hilarious (and painfully relatable)

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  • Joel

    This is freaking incredible. It’s like Snake meets Breakout meets awesome.

    Also the making-of is awesome :)

  • wow this is amazing and very mesmerizing! love it.

  • song vega

    hello, i love your video. my question, can use grinding for a public mapping? thank you for your answer :)





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