CG artist and animator Mauri Helme imagines what The Office might have looked like if Dunder-Mifflin and its staff lived in the world of Minecraft. Jim, Pam, Michael, Dwight, and the rest of the dysfunctional gang from Scranton are here in blocky voxel art form.
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Remember the part of The Matrix where Neo took the red pill? What if he took the blue pill instead? Ctrl Shift Face and VFX artist Chris Ume make us wonder no longer, with the help of some deepfake tech. If the concept seems familiar, you might recall this mashup. VFX breakdown and comparison clip here.
After watching every episode of The Office, is there a limit to how much Michael Scott you can take? Jessie Richards thinks there wasn’t enough of Dunder Mifflin’s blowhard boss, so he deepfaked the faces of most of the other character’s onto Michael’s head. We’re guessing that Stanley, Kelly, Oscar, and Darryl wouldn’t have worked so well.
If there’s one thing you could always count on when watching The Office, it was the antagonistic relationship between Jim and Dwight. Musician Tom Rosenthal’s catchy folk tune draws parallels between the Dunder Mifflin co-workers and other couples who butt heads. Music video by Efa Blosse-Mason and Sophie Marsh.
YouTuber OwlKitty likes to imagine the world with more cats. In this clip, they envision a reboot of NBC’s comedy classic The Office, but with 100% more kitties working at Dunder-Mifflin. We bet that cat would use all of the paper in the warehouse as a scratching post.
Fans of The Office will be familiar with Michael Scott’s Magnum Opus, Threat Level: Midnight. As a tribute to the cheesy, low-budget film within a show, Rajveer Dhanak managed to cut together a trailer for a much slicker version, inspired by the Mission Impossible movies.
If there’s one thing we learned from the NBC hit comedy The Office, it’s that Michael Scott is a BIG baby. The Office US YouTube channel put together this 10-minute compilation of some of the World’s Best Boss’ worst outbursts, huffs, whines, and hissy fits.
You know a TV series is memorable when you can extract tiny sound bites from every episode, and get a laugh out of almost every one. Editor Estelle Grignon compiled this laugh-packed reel which features a just about a second from each of the NBC comedy’s 201 episodes.