I saw the much-hyped Disney short ‘Paperman‘ last night, and it did not disappoint. The film represents a near-perfect marrying of 3D accuracy and 2D aesthetics, and it brought up all sorts of warm fuzzy nostalgic feelings. It doesn’t seem to be available online so far, but here’s a look into how it was made.
I know what you’re thinking – ‘how can I continue to experience the pure childhood joy of Lego bricks, without the garish primary colours that clash with my chic ensemble?’ Well, here you go. Thanks, Mokurukku!
You know what the best thing is about this chair by Dan Goldstein? The seat is made from 100% reclaimed cardboard. You know what the second best thing is? It’s got the word ‘Furniture’ printed across its lower back. It’s a chair with a tramp stamp of its own name. You go, chair. Keep it sassy.