20.01.11 by Jeff

Supersize

“Supersize” by Klement. Created by Château-vacant. How’d I miss this?

Supersize by Klement music video stop-motion animation created by Chateau-vacant

Watch the music video below!














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



  • when i watch this i just want to make stuff!!!!!

  • It’s great this kind of appearently simplicity. Many hours of work become a fresh style.

    Fessols&Naps

  • Totally rad. Sesame Street, eat your heart out.

  • LOVE

  • There’s something about the main character that just pisses me off. I think it’s the mustache and the headband.

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  • really cool! love it, the style of the clip and he music complete each other just perfect! hooray for cut-out animation
    (last year I made a cut-out music video myself, different style though. if you want, you can see it here http://www.birdbee.be/archives/632 )





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