This unbelievable stop motion was created by Japanese ad agency Dentsu for Japanese paper manufacturer Nepia, which featuring a cavalcade of animals folding directly from tissue paper. Nepia tries to show their dedication to creating sustainable forests by giving lives of forest animals using tissue paper. Our understanding is that “Paper comes from trees while cutting trees make forest animal homeless. Hence we need to create sustainable forests to make sure those animals can live properly. That’s why those paper animal are alive in video”. Not sure is that the right explanation for the commercial. But if you only enjoy it purely like a stop motion animation, it is pretty awesome. Birds, dogs, kangaroos, frogs, etc, those tissue animals are such vividly alive in the video. Take a look at this amazing movie action and if you want to find out how much effort and dedication you need make movie like that, check the “Making of Video” followed.
The Christmas campaign of John Lewis – famous UK department store chain has become a symbol of the start of the British festive season. And this year, “The Bear & the Hare” is another wonderful tear-jerker/heartwarming animated film. It is about a bear who had never seen Christmas. As autumn winds turn to winter snow, the bear begins his annual retreat into hibernation to sleep his way through the best part of the year. The festive spirit is strong though, and his friend the hare is determined to give him a gift he has never received before – Christmas.