Rolls of adhesive tape act as seeds, and the tape makes that familiar peeling sound as they grow. Dutch artist Johan Rijpma spent a total of 6 months to make this stop motion video.
Our dogs would sooner take a finger off than let you put a pile of treats on their noses. Not so for this guy, who has the patience (and balance) of a saint. You dropped a few there at the end, dude.
Maybe the whole Pied Piper story had a bit of truth to it, as is evidenced by the crowd of bovines who gather round for a Dixieland jazz performance by The New Hot 5. Next time, start marching.
The funny thing about this video is that we never really do learn how to convert our PDFs to JPGs, but at least we learn what Keyboard Cat would look like as a robot. (Thanks, Gabriella!)
The voice prompts are quite annoying (“He’s right there!”) but the gunfire, explosions and your maniacal laughter as you and your buddy combo enemies should drown those out.
Jimmy Kimmel talks about his late uncle Frank Potenza, who fans knew simply as Uncle Frank, the show’s security guard, field reporter and endearing comic relief. Rest in peace, Uncle Frank.
Okay, it only goes two levels deep, but we still love the stop-motion-within-a-time-lapse that Joe Clarke shot of animator Barry Purves in which puppet and master operate on different time scales.
A character made of scraps wanders though the woods until he comes across a sign that will help him discover where he belongs in Origins, Robert Showalter’s poignant and luminous graduation film.
It’s already well established that cats love to chase laser pointers. Heck, they’d probably jump off a building to follow a little red dot (and still land on all fours). But this? We never expected this.