Annette Jung’s LEGO Michael Jackson stop motion video is a great example of a flashy, short homemade flick that has taken the Internet by storm.
Although Jung’s video is only about 30 seconds long, this masterpiece of modern day LEGO stop motion comes complete with the infamous Prince of Pop’s signature sounds and world-renowned dance moves.
A fantastic aspect of Jung’s Michael Jackson stop motion video is that even though the dancing LEGO figure is not sharply defined, it’s through Jung’s clever use of color and movement associations that viewers are able to recognize and experience the essence of this truly one-of-a-kind performer.
Check out Andrew’s interview to hear more about the Michael Jackson stop motion video and his work at Trend Hunter.
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Andrew Chow Examines the Annette Jung Michael Jackson Stop Motion Video
- By: Brandon BastaldoApr 11, 2013