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User_Removed 16 17.9k 8 Norway
11 Feb 2011 6:37PM
... in case you don't follow/subscribe/watch/WHY?...

The Photography Video of the Week is very special this week IMO. Just how these things are conceived - let alone 'delivered' - take my breath away.

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sut68 16 2.0k 76 England
11 Feb 2011 6:42PM
Excellent indeed!!!

Cheers Mike.
Pete Plus
19 18.8k 97 England
11 Feb 2011 6:42PM
It's amazing isn't it!
conrad 15 10.9k 116
11 Feb 2011 6:47PM
That's absolutely brilliant, I love it!
MrsS 13 4.5k 18 England
11 Feb 2011 6:48PM
Ewanneil 10 1.1k 2 Scotland
11 Feb 2011 6:55PM
What everyone above said.
cats_123 Plus
16 5.0k 30 Northern Ireland
11 Feb 2011 7:31PM
thank you...enlightening! Smile
t_downes 11 279 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2011 7:39PM
MrGoatsmilk 11 1.5k England
11 Feb 2011 7:54PM
I would want single beds, she is a right fidget!!!
RichPitman 10 16 1 England
11 Feb 2011 8:31PM
That is fantastic! Love the sock fish!
Coleslaw 14 13.4k 28 Wales
11 Feb 2011 10:07PM
Love it love it love it.
John_Frid 14 514 57 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2011 12:08PM
If you want a little more detail about how it was made then look here

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DRicherby 11 269 726 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2011 9:57AM
It is very cool, but I'm rather confused by the claim that it's the "most successful stop motion video ever". In what sense is that claim true? If it only applies to music videos, the video to Peter Gabriel's Sledgehammer surely takes the crown? And if it's not, the various Wallace and Gromit films have won Oscars, BAFTAs and pretty much everything else. So how is this more successful than either of those?


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