Pass the wasabi and the yoga mat, human yoga sushi is served.
Officially titled Raw – The Ultimate Delicacy — the models, rice and raw fish were digitally rendered by artists Cristian Girotto and Olivier Masson.
Perhaps the video will even stir up new emotions… ones that didn’t exist before watching foods flop around to a synth soundtrack. Enjoy.
If you’ve ever wondered how food and everyday objects feel about being squeezed, sliced, or performing their own mundane tasks — then look no further than these animations by Sean Charmatz.
The Secret World of Stuff is a series of objects in action and, by adding a face and simple animation, they come to life and emote. Sometimes the result is good (smiley face) and sometimes the anthropomorphic objects are ingested or destroyed (sad face, or no face at all). Check them out below.
Every element of the delicious-looking meals are made from some form of paper, showing an incredible attention to detail and creative use of stop-motion animation. So, who’s up for some paper cuts?
It’s true, kids… There was a time when U.S. quarters and 8-bits worth of action ruled. Animator, PES, wants to give us the warm nostalgic feeling that only old-school video games can provide.
Game Over is a brilliant stop-motion animation that uses food and everyday items to recreate classic video game action.
The blistering speed and chaos of Centipede is recreated with muffins and cupcakes, while Pac-Man is made from a pizza pie with some slices removed. No wonder the ghosts chase him around. Quarters up!!