Forget CGI, This Stunning Animation Was Made With School Supplies

Artists create an entire animated world using just pins, thread, and an astonishing amount of creativity.

It’s remarkable that the materials used to create the stunning world for Son Lux’s new music video, “Change is Everything,” can be found at any ordinary office store. Produced by The Made Shop using foam boards, pins, thread, and stop motion animation, they truly brought this song to life. Director Nathan Johnson recently told NPR, “I love the idea of something ordinary and mundane transformed into something beautiful and lifelike.” After painstakingly outlining and shooting for three weeks, the finished product certainly achieves that goal.

You can see how they made the video here.

(h/t NPR)

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