Creative Stop-Motion Music Video Using Hundreds of Polaroid Pictures

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Walker Lukens just released this incredibly meticulous stop-motion music video filmed around Central Park and Brooklyn using hundreds of vintage Polaroid pictures. The film was provided by a company called The Impossible Project, a group of former Polaroid employees in the Netherlands who saved the last Polaroid production plant from being shut down and now produce film for vintage cameras that would otherwise have been obsolete.

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  1. Shannon perry

    AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME

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  2. Dean Power

    How awesome. That must haven’t taken some vision and a lot of work.I hope Walker got a stack of traffic.

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