07.07.10 by Jeff

Big Bang Big Boom

“Big Bang Big Boom”, another incredible animation by Blu.

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Watch the video below!














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



  • WOWWWWWW.

  • i just want to point out that the amazing sound adds so much to BLU’s work. huge respect to ANDREA MARTIGNONI.

    • Geoff

      was wondering who did the sound for this! incredible production all round

  • The fucking best stop-motion video ever!
    It´s so huge…

  • Benny

    Oh..

  • well, this is just too impressive!

  • Nuno

    Mesmerizing!

  • A-MAZING!!

  • LTD.Edition

    Always impressed and left in aw with these.

  • Wow! Very, very, very impressive. Beautiful work !

  • strkiller

    amazing job, creativity at its best

  • Laney

    Amazing. Truly amazing!!

  • Eish this is just too much… all that Work .. CRAZY

  • Juan Paredes

    This is great!!!!

    I have one question: This kind of work requires a script? Or does the artist just go around the city/town and starts creating and improvising depending on the objects he/she found around????

    • i wondered about this too, i think there’s a bit of both but there must be a fair bit of pre-planning





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