Get ready to go on an 8-Bit trip! The latest LEGO stop motion video from Swedish band Rymdreglage is tribute to retro video games including Tetris and Pac-Man.
I have nothing but admiration for stop motion artists. It takes a lot of patience to slowly create a video project one frame at a time. One of my favorite stop motion artists on YouTube is the Swedish band Rymdreglage. They create amazing visuals to accompany their electronic music productions.
Rymdreglage‘s latest project is a LEGO stop motion video called 8-Bit Trip. The music video is a tribute to classic video games and features a plethora of 8-bit gaming icons like Pong, Mario, Tetris, Bubble Bobble, and Pac-Man. According to the band, the video took LEGO artist Tomas Redigh 1500 hours to create. The song was written by Daniel Larsson.
8-Bit Trip LEGO Stop Motion Music Video
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