Third Mind | Stop-Motion Video Takes Shape
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Stop-Motion Video Takes Shape

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Japanese singer-songwriter Shugo Tokumaru’s song Katachi was brought to the screen in a fantastical dream-like stop-motion video.  The talented Polish animation team of Katarzyna and Przemyslaw Adamski utilized about 2,000 silhouettes made from PVCC plates using a computer-controlled cutter which were filmed frame by frame to create an amazing animation.  The stop-motion visuals are set to Tokumaru’s happy track.  The song titled Katachi means “Shape” and given the stunning creative cut-outs, this combination of video and sound was meant to share the stage.  Prepare to be inspired!