KINA GRANNIS STOP MOTION VIDEO WITH 288,000 JELLY BEANS



Since I saw Kina Grannis 'In Your Arms' video on Calirezo's blog last Sunday, I've been meaning to share it with you. Since then, it has been seen on many blogs, but it is so wonderful that I still want to share it here, in case you didn't get a chance to see it yet. Can you believe it took almost two years of work by 30 people, and required 288,000 jelly beans? Director Greg Jardin and his team assembled every single one of the 2,640 frames and shot them individually. Also check out the behind the scenes of the making of video, that is almost as awesome as the result.

7 comments:

  1. wow, that's amazing! (and must have took FOREVER.)
    ~simi

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  2. wow that is so cool!

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  3. I saw this on Creature Comforts and thought it was incredible!! WOW!

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  4. That is a whole lot of time and jelly beans! BUt, the video definitely made me smile. So, they all did a great job.

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  5. I love Kina Grannis but hadn't seen this video before. It's amazing. Thanks for showing it!

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  6. That is amazing. I love the video and her voice. I wish I had that much patience for doing stop motion. I wondering how long it took them to shoot that. Thank-you for the post!

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  7. Anonymous11/28/2011

    Wonderful! Love the video and a sweet song. For all who worked hard on this video--it was worth it! Amazing result!

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