Chris Hopewell's second video for Father John Misty, after the MVA-winning film for Things It Would Have Been Helpful To Know Before The Revolution, is another extraordinary voyage of discovery.
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Labour-of-love of the week so far is certainly this stop motion animation for Fingers and Thumbs — the acoustic solo project of Dark Horses guitarist David Wheeldon - by Ian Newcomb. He spent three years thinking about making it, and then a whole year actually doing it.
OK Go's latest epic, co-directed by the band's Damian Kulash, Jr. and Yusuke Tanaka, applies the mosaic technique used so effectively at sporting events worldwide and, indeed, in the band's previous Japanese-made video. But here the human element is replaced by a football stands-worth of printers.
Miniature Rex and Benny chill and perform together in stop-motion from their dreamy living room that comes to life to the sound of their tune Loving Is Easy, in Chris Ullens's latest animation.
Hell hath no fury… like a Fergie scorned. And in the video for Love Is Blind she takes maximum retribution on her lovers' wayward behaviour - all in candy-coloured stop-motion.
In Joseph Wallace's utterly charming stop-motion animated video for Sparks, puppet versions of Russell and Ron Mael find themselves in Paris, and then engaged in hot pursuit of an elusive bird of paradise.
Father John Misty's audacious merging of Tiny Dancer-era Elton John with the Apocalypse has been rewarded with this marvellous stop motion-animated video by Chris Hopewell.