Stop Motion Music Video Made Up Of 3,000 Embroidered Frames
UK band Throne’s latest music video is a stop motion delight made up of a whopping 3,000 embroidered animation frames.
The dizzying video was directed by London-based animator Nicos Livesey—who happens to be the lead singer of Throne—and co-directed by Tom Bunker.
To make the music video for their single Tharsis Sleeps, the team used three industrial embroidery machines and created over 3,000 embroidered animation frames.
Together with a team of animators and interns, the team took about a year to complete the entire laborious process of making the video.
If you are interested, some of the embroidered animation frames are available for purchase here.
Watch the music video below.
[via Laughing Squid]