Joy of Destruction: The Human Drive to Destroy

Joy of Destruction: The Human Drive to Destroy

Joy of Destruction is an absurdly funny, but at the same time very sad paper-collage stop-motion animated short film created by Xaver Xylophon, in collaboration with Laura Junger. The film highlights mankind’s propensity to destroy everything, ranging from from the humorous blowing up of balloons or bubble wrap, to the hard reality of terrorism, ecological disasters and bloody human massacres. It’s fairly true that no matter what humans happen to encounter, they will always try to kill it. No matter what it is.

Joy of Destruction: The Human Drive to Destroy

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Tatooine: The Entire Star Wars Trilogy in a Two-Minute Paper-Toon

Tatooine: The Entire Star Wars Trilogy in a Two-Minute Paper-Toon

Tatooine is a wonderful remake of the Star Wars Trilogy, a two-minute paper-toon created by Jeremy Messersmith and Eric Power.  Messersmith sings the tune, and Power did the adorable paper-animation.  Messersmith’s song light-speeds through the first Star Wars Trilogy with its interstellar heart at one with the Force, mashing more than six hours of sci-fi legend into two-minutes of poignant animation.  Be sure to watch it now, before George Lucas slaps them with a cease and desist order!

Tatooine: The Entire Star Wars Trilogy in a Two-Minute Paper-Toon

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