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Skillshare Classes to Keep You Busy—and Give You a Break from the News—While Social Distancing

March 17, 2020

Grace Ebert

As many of us are stuck at home the next few weeks due to the ongoing threat of coronavirus, Colossal aims to help fill the hours both productively—and unproductively—with some fun lists of activities: think art podcasts, animated shorts, online classes, our favorite art documentaries streaming now, and a few great new books. So log off Twitter, block the news for a few hours, and distract yourself from the ebb and flow of global anxiety. Today we start with Skillshare, an innovative online platform offering creative courses ranging from illustration and design to creative writing and marketing. Here are some…

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Art

Three Quirky New Stop Motion Shorts by ‘PES

February 7, 2018

Laura Staugaitis

 Oscar-nominated stop motion animator PES (previously) has a few new short films out, including Gone Fishin', Lens Smash, and Still Life. Gone Fishin' engages PES' ingenious use of found materials, like lace standing in for the ocean floor and antique skeleton keys swimming as a school of fish. Lens Smash and Still Life feature quirky visual puns captured in just a few short seconds. Watch the films here and find many more on the artist's Instagram or his YouTube channel, which has garnered an impressive following of nearly one and a half million people.  

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Animation Food

Stop Motion Cooking Tutorials by Omozoc Transform Sporting Goods and Electronics Into Unconventional Meals

May 30, 2019

Kate Sierzputowski

YouTube user omozoc uses common household appliances both inside and out of the kitchen to craft his delightfully creative stop motion "meals." A baseball glove becomes the bun of a strangely enticing hot dog, while a cracked-open computer mouse makes an unusual batch of scrambled eggs on the top of an open copy machine. Each video is composed of thousands of images compiled by the user, who does not use Photoshop or CGI, and features an array of satisfying sound effects. Watch more of his invented cooking tutorials, like a sushi meal created from a business suit and an iPhone,…

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Colossal

Track Shorts: A Short Film Series with Colossal at Lost Arts

July 26, 2017

Christopher Jobson

Colossal is hosting a short-film program this Saturday night in Chicago at Lost Arts as part of a new series called Track Shorts. Echoing Lost Arts’ role as a laboratory and workshop for creatives working with their hands, Colossal brings together a collection of stop-motion short films that celebrate the physical labor of bringing stories to life on screen. This Track Shorts event is an hour-long program featuring over a dozen films by animators from nine countries. The screening is outdoors on an old railway loading…

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Animation Art Food

Submarine Sandwich: A Fantastic New Stop Motion Short by PES

December 10, 2014

Christopher Jobson

Director and stop-motion animator PES just released his latest animation titled Submarine Sandwich, the third short film in his cooking trilogy which also includes Western Spaghetti and Fresh Guacamole, the shortest film ever nominated for an Oscar. This latest film takes us into a retro deli where we witness the creation of, yes, a submarine sandwich using vintage sports memorabilia and other sliced objects that resemble food. PES has an uncanny ability to not only identify the perfect props for his films, but also sets them in motion in the most unexpected ways. Submarine Sandwich was funded through Kickstarter earlier…

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Animation Food

Production Studio Cooks Up Series of Stop-Motion Paper Meals

August 3, 2016

Christopher Jobson

PAPERMEALS is an ongoing series of culinary animations by Melbourne-based production studio yelldesign. Each brief clips sees a variety of papers turned into banana splits, bowls of ramen, or even a plate of pasta with meatballs. Certain sequences and techniques seem to be inspired somewhat by PES, namely his short film Western Spaghetti. You can see a few more over on Vimeo. (via Sploid).

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