Experiments In Motion Blog

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7/30/2012

DIY Stop Motion

William H. Kresch has been breathing new life into old magazines with relatively crude but extremely unique scene of humor. Through the age old techniques of stop motion he recreates historic events and subverts them in his own way. In this scene from And Then There Was Bowie a tribute to Terry Gilliam, William H. Kresch show Harry S. Truman, Joseph Stalin and Winston Churchill doing a head shuffle in reference to the WWII.

 

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