04.08.11 by Jeff

World’s Largest Stop-Motion

“Gulp”, hailed as the world’s largest stop-motion animation with a set stretching 11,000 sq feet. Oh and it was shot with a cell phone. I actually find “the making of” video more interesting than the final product! What do you think?

Gulp worlds largest stop-motion animation nokia n8

Watch “Gulp” and “the making of” video below!

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



  • That is super cool. I’ve done stop motion in my day and I always enjoy seeing more of it. Reminds me of the nautically-themed “Old Man and the Sea” animation done by Alexander Petrov:


  • AWESOME!!!

  • bob bob

    Blu’s wall animations are probably bigger

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