Love the look and feel of this commercial! Have a great day everyone!
Terry Angus recently posted a video I’ve never seen before. In 1989 both Terry and Jim Henson made an appearance on a show called “From The Heart: International Very Special Arts” It showcased people who had different disabilities that had very special talents. The opening of the show has Jim Henson come out and talk about […]
Incredible video from the Stan Winston School of Character Arts showcasing their use of rod puppetry. CLICK HERE FOR THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE VIDEO
Here is Howie and Baboo with Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield! I build Howie and Baboo for a new show by Little Engine Moving Pictures and Sinking Ship Entertainment called “Now You Know”. This picture was taken by Giordano Ciampini during an episode called “How do Astronauts Float in Space?” Howie and Baboo were puppeteered by Frank Meschkuleit […]
If you were a child (or college student) watching TV in the late 80s, Pee Wee Herman, the cherubic man-child of Pee Wee’s Playhouse, was your patron saint of silly and fun. As a college student, I fondly recall rolling out of bed just before 10am on a Saturday morning to tune in for my […]
Produced by Redleg Films, Monkey Horse Cop is an action-comedy web series that stars Puppets as police. It’s Lethal Weapon meets Sesame Street, it is currently in Pre-Production and they hope with your help they hope to move it into production this fall. Please give and let’s get this made. CLICK HERE TO TO TO KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN
Thanks goes out to Michael T. Verdi for first posting this on Facebook.
Barry the Biscuit Boy is a new commercial for Cravendale Milk. It is a mixture of rod puppetry and stop motion animation. It’s beautifully shot and looks like an illustration from a children’s nursery rhyme book. I’ve also managed to find the video of the making of the commercial. Enjoy!
Here is an amazing interview from the folks at Union Bowl.