Kejda Gjermani her miscellaneous musings

6Oct/082

Expressive Fruit & Veggies

I just received a chain-email so cool that I thought merely forwarding it to my entire address book would not do its coolness much justice. So I decided to share it with the world via blogging. My husband is certain the images below are simply fancy Photoshop creations. I beg to differ! They all look essentially doable. Any expert opinions?

...captures the look on my face when I first saw it

...captures the look on my face when I first saw it

...this little one is sure carrying his weight

...this little one is sure carrying his weight

Sheep go to Heaven... Goats go to Hell...

Sheep go to Heaven... Goats go to Hell...

...with this one we might be veering into Photoshop territory. What do y'all think?

...this one might be veering into Photoshop territory. What do y'all think?

So cute!

So cute!

...of a prehistoric foot

Bread fossil...of a prehistoric foot

This must have not been easy to pull off...

This can't have been easy to pull off...

Why so gloomy?

Why so gloomy?

They're just kids!

They're just kids!

This one must be on steroids...

This one must be on steroids...

Nice cut!

Can you spare some change? Wait, what kind of coin is that?

Can you spare some change? Wait, what kind of coin is that?

Now THAT's what I would call blowing one's brains out in style...

Now THAT's what I would call blowing one's brains out in style...

A disturbing embodiment of Thirst.

A disturbing depiction of Thirst.

I wouldn't mess with that crazy bun right there!

I wouldn't mess with that crazy bun!

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6Oct/080

A Short Love Story In Stop Motion

A superbly made animation by Carlos Lascano, about a little girl with the cheesiest imagination. Various layers and techniques are blended into a unique style. Oh, and the background music is by Sigur Ros, a band I happen to love. Enjoy!


A SHORT LOVE STORY IN STOP MOTION from Carlos Lascano on Vimeo.

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