Normally, stop motion kinda creeps me out (claymation, especially), but in this case I'm just shocked by how impressive this video is. This video from Canadian band Said The Whale takes stop motion to a new level, featuring a grand total of 2,250 photos and zero (they claim) special effects. Beyond the impressive video, the song "UnAmerican" is pretty catchy, too. Voice actors read lines from'The Office' as'SpongeBob SquarePants' characters Jimmy Kimmel on the Sarah Sanders doctored video: 'She should be fired for that' Stephen Colbert says Sarah Huckabee Sanders sharing doctored video is'grounds for dismissal'
More than 15 years ago, Blink 182 shocked with their video for "What's My Age Again?" that featured the band running around naked. Now, they've updated the concept for a new video that features naked women running around. "She's Out of Her Mind" hit YouTube on Thursday thanks to Spotify. The video appeared with a message that explained, "As part of the new Spotify original series, Flash Frame, Blink unveils the new video for their latest single, paying homage to a certain classic clip that helped catapult the band to early success." The video shows three women running around and passing by similar sites and people to those that the band encountered in their 2000 video.
If you are part of a lean mean bootstrapped startup like me, you may have explored different ways to create an explainer video for your new product. Going to a professional marketing firm can easily cost you at least 15K for a custom made 90 second video. Well I know I am over exaggerating here -- but really, it is a lot of money that you don't have to spend before you even have your first customer. Yes, I am sure you will get a kick-ass video, and yeah maybe their process is great and you end up with something so creative and unique. Since we are lean and all about MVP, I had a really hard time with spending this amount of money, it taking several weeks and ending up with a 90 second video clip.
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