The World's First Stop Motion Video on a Fingernail


We're seen plenty of stop motion videos on Neatorama before, but one constructed entirely on a fingernail is definitely a first. Kia had the ad created for its Picanto model, which is, of course, small. The video took 1,200 bottles of nail polish, 900 fingernails, two hours of painting per nail and 25 days and nights to create.

Link via AdWeek

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This is really creative and gorgeous, but if I hadn't seen the artists painting the actual nails I would have thought this was fake because the paintings are too precise. The thing about stop-motion is if you're too "good" it looks digital, so what's the point? It would work better with a cruder painting style.
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