If you attended last year’s Philadelphia Geek Awards you might have noticed how polished our visuals and animations were. It was a direct result from a close partnership with local studio Klip Collective and we will never stop talking about how awesome those guys are. They deserve all the hype they get, and this time around we’re particularly proud of their involvement at Sundance Film Festival’s New Frontier.
In a world of big Hollywood digital effects and slick animation techniques it’s refreshing to see that use of stop-motion (and a friggin cow tongue) can send shivers down your spine. It’s a good mix of quirky and creepy and yes, it is absolutely a reference to the Tom Waits song. You should check it out, not only because Roger Ebert said so, but because I guarantee you won’t see anything else like it today.
Additional photos of the installation can be seen on Klip Collective’s Blog.