In both films, sound effects of the real thing the games, the cooking preparations heighten the bizarre result of one set of common objects being used in another but totally different set of common circumstances. I bought doll furniture and did animation tests on my dining room table. Still, his deft use of the medium has attracted the attention of advertising agency that have employed him to execute eye-catching stop motion shorts to call attention to their products.
Does it make me a bad person if I found this absolutely hilarious? I mean, if I wasn't laughing so hard at the pure absurdity of it, I'd probably marvel at the unusual form of stop-animation present here. I'd also probably wonder what kind of crazed, perverted mind would think of such a concept.
Adam Pesapane born May 26,known by the pseudonym PESis an Oscar and Emmy-nominated American director and stop-motion animator of numerous short films and commercials. After receiving a B. His use of everyday objects and stop-motion animation to create original material is instantly recognizable.
You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. PES is the nickname of American director and animator Adam Pesapane, who is best known for his short stop motion animated films like "Western Spaghetti" and "Fresh Guacamole. InPES released his first animated short film "Roof Sex," in which two chairs engage in simulated sex acts on top of a roof shown below, left. InPES recreated death scenes from classic arcade games with various food products in a short film titled "Game Over" shown below, left.
Be it the work of the LA-based director or his homophone candy namesake, the description is the same: tiny, sweet nuggets of joy that are custom-made for binging. Alongside that, his work for brands has seen awards fly his way, most notably in with Paper for Honda picking up Cannes Lions and an Emmy. We chatted to the director in his Santa Monica home to get insights into his upbringing, his influences and the off-kilter way he views the world.
Maybe you, like Adam Pesapane, have glanced at a mound of avocados in the supermarket and mistook them, for a moment, for a stockpile of grenades. Perhaps as a child, you pretended Pixie Stix were spaghetti, or reimagined black plastic paper clips as moths, ripe red peppers as beating hearts. But have you ever looked at a couple of Archie Bunker-era easy chairs and thought, sexytime!?
Since his film Roof Sex burst on the scene inPES has built a career around pairing everyday objects with seemingly unrelated activities in clever, often humorous and always thoughtful stop-motion films and commercials. Through a combination of word play, iconic imagery and whimsy, PES creates very short but very complex films, deftly mixing numerous subtle and brash ideas into a highly orchestrated audience experience. Tens of millions of people have watched his films online over the years, with more than 3.
Adam Pesapane born May 26,known by the pseudonym PESis an Oscar and Emmy-nominated American director and stop-motion animator of numerous short films and commercials. After receiving a B. His use of everyday objects and stop-motion animation to create original material is instantly recognizable. Pesapane was born on May 26, in Dover, New Jersey the son of an elementary school principal and a hairdresser.
Every year, it gets more and more difficult to draw a clear boundary between animated and live-action films. The official terminology used by the Academy Awards feels particularly vague and anachronistic:. An animated film is created by using a frame-by-frame technique, and usually falls into one of the two general fields of animation: character or abstract.