Alexander Unger's latest project, Distortion, is made up of intricate movements and more than 2500 frames, and explores shapes, toothy faces, and springy gravity, all with delightful quirkiness throughout.
A look into the beautiful stop-motion sushi scene from Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs movie, which took more than a month alone to make.
Wes Anderson's next movie, Isle of Dogs just dropped it's first trailer. The stop-motion epic is set for release in March of 2018.
Artist Peter Sluszka has a great little short claymation piece entitled Morphology, reminiscent of Fantastic Mr. Fox. Via Colossal: