This has been making the rounds, but we couldn't ignore it either.
Stop-Motion is always, always a tedious and time consuming undertaking. Combine that inside of an actual bookstore that has to return to the same way it was the morning before and you began to understand the dedication and passion this little film took.
After organizing our bookshelf almost a year ago (http://youtu.be/zhRT-PM7vpA), my wife and I (Sean Ohlenkamp) decided to take it to the next level. We spent many sleepless nights moving, stacking, and animating books at Type bookstore in Toronto.
Everything you see here can be purchased at Type Books.
Two sites we've run across in the last several weeks (there are probably others) tap into that New Year's mentality of turning over new leaves and starting new endeavors. Code Year invites you to to learn to code in 2012 by sending you interactive programming lessons each week that'll have you building apps and websites in no time. Shoot in Manual is the same concept applied to photography — feeding you tips and a step-by-step program to help you take the training wheels off your camera this year. Pick your poison and get started.
From AdWeek: Here's a pizza commercial from Spain piled high with surreal toppings. It's for something called Pizza Boomerang—pizza in the shape of a boomerang—which, according to the ad, comes from a nearby planet, can prevent suicide, and severs the private parts of pervy exhibitionists.(The clip is NSFW due to the graphic demonstration of the latter product feature.) It's not clear if Pizza Boomerang is a real thing, or just a stunt project by Sofa Experience Communications, which posted the YouTube video. But it sure has more uses than your typical Domino's pie.
We're pretty sure that Pizza Boomerang is not a "real thing".
Make sure you click the CC button if you're not familiar with la lengua español, and uh gentleman - get ready to cringe.