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…The PEN Story is amazing?

The PEN Story

The PEN Story is similar to Stop Motion with Wolf and Pig in that it uses a series of photos to tell a story, and does everything with a sort of stop motion/animation hybrid that works quite well when done correctly.

In The PEN Story, 60,000 pictures were shot, 9,600 prints were developed, and 1,800 pictures had to be shot again, and the result is a great story that uses zero post production to make it all work.

…Todd Duym is a magical weaver?

Todd M. Duym Rose

Todd M. Duym’s art involves the weaving together of two identical photos, and though that sounds like a rather crazy idea, the end result is impressive:

Even more impressive is the process that he goes through to create each piece, and since it’s hard to imagine what 20 hours of work looks like, this time-lapse video should help:

[Todd M. Duym]

[Via: Booooooom]

…Eric Solheim captured One Year in 40 Seconds?

Four Seasons

Eric Solheim snapped images and captured audio from the same spot outside of his house for an entire year, and then stitched them together into a fantastic time-lapse video called One Year In 40 Seconds:

In addition to the video, Eric also documented his entire process, including the story, the camera, the settings, the software, the techniques and more, and posted it all on his blog, along with every source file that he created under a creative commons license so that you can take his work and experiment with it as well to see what you can come up with.

[Eric Solheim – One Year In 40 Seconds]

…It’s Website Wednesday: Disinterested Pug With Found Objects?

Disinterested Pug With Found Objects

W/ Extra Duck was a fantastic Flickr Photo Set, but its crown has now been passed to my new favorite Flickr Photo Set: Disinterested Pug With Found Objects.

As the appropriately labeled title suggests, the set is filled with pictures of a pug that couldn’t care less about his surroundings, standing next to objects that have been found by his owner on what I presume must be rather entertaining walks.

From SpongeBob costumes and spare tires to the nine of spades and a porta-potty named ‘Honey Bucket’, the pug manages to remain steadily and consistently disinterested throughout the entire set, though he does behave himself rather well for a dog without a care in the world.

Guess it must be nice having more wrinkles on your face than objects that interest you…

[Flickr – Disinterested Pug With Found Objects]