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Magic Paper, A Clay Stop-Motion Animation About a Person Printing a Faucet to Quench Their Thirst

Swedish sculptor and filmmaker Alexander Unger of Guldies has created “Magic Paper,” a wonderful clap stop-motion animation about an individual printing off an image of a water faucet to quench their thirst. We previously wrote about his animation, “Magic Clay.” Magic Clay, A Brilliantly Nimble Stop-Motion Animation by Swedish Sculptor Alexander UngerFrame By Frame: The...
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