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Josh Ritter 'Love Is Making Its Way Back Home' by Erez Horovitz

David Knight - 5th Mar 2012

Erez Horovitz delivers this exceptional stop-motion animation promo for Josh Ritter's drive-time roller Love Is Making Its Way Back Home.

Erez Horovitz delivers this exceptional stop-motion animation promo for Josh Ritter's drive-time roller Love Is Making Its Way Back Home. The video, created with over 12,000 pieces of construction paper, is shown as it was shot, with no effects added in post. Production Designer Sam Cohen explains: "We had to determine ahead of time which images to cut as positives or negatives, how to anchor the cutouts to the paper frame that surrounds it so the pieces wouldn't fall out, as well as a host of other problems. "It was definitely the most labor intensive video we've been a part of".

The video, created with over 12,000 pieces of construction paper, is shown as it was shot, with no effects added in post.

Erez Horovitz delivers this exceptional stop-motion animation promo for Josh Ritter's drive-time roller Love Is Making Its Way Back Home. The video, created with over 12,000 pieces of construction paper, is shown as it was shot, with no effects added in post. Production Designer Sam Cohen explains: "We had to determine ahead of time which images to cut as positives or negatives, how to anchor the cutouts to the paper frame that surrounds it so the pieces wouldn't fall out, as well as a host of other problems. "It was definitely the most labor intensive video we've been a part of".

Production Designer Sam Cohen explains: "We had to determine ahead of time which images to cut as positives or negatives, how to anchor the cutouts to the paper frame that surrounds it so the pieces wouldn't fall out, as well as a host of other problems.

Erez Horovitz delivers this exceptional stop-motion animation promo for Josh Ritter's drive-time roller Love Is Making Its Way Back Home. The video, created with over 12,000 pieces of construction paper, is shown as it was shot, with no effects added in post. Production Designer Sam Cohen explains: "We had to determine ahead of time which images to cut as positives or negatives, how to anchor the cutouts to the paper frame that surrounds it so the pieces wouldn't fall out, as well as a host of other problems. "It was definitely the most labor intensive video we've been a part of".

"It was definitely the most labor intensive video we've been a part of".

Erez Horovitz delivers this exceptional stop-motion animation promo for Josh Ritter's drive-time roller Love Is Making Its Way Back Home. The video, created with over 12,000 pieces of construction paper, is shown as it was shot, with no effects added in post. Production Designer Sam Cohen explains: "We had to determine ahead of time which images to cut as positives or negatives, how to anchor the cutouts to the paper frame that surrounds it so the pieces wouldn't fall out, as well as a host of other problems. "It was definitely the most labor intensive video we've been a part of".

David Knight - 5th Mar 2012

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