Tripl Stitched & Nexus Launch A Beautiful Stop Motion Animated Film
Made in London. From all things proper.
A collaboration celebrating the craft of making
Mixing old techniques with modern creates a unique insight into how the craft of making has evolved whilst still retaining traditional values and skills.
Nexus Director, Jack Cunningham has been involved with Tripl since it’s launch 2 years ago. His spirit and illustrative style have become a focal point of the brand so this next step in bringing the mascot to life happened naturally.
This project has culminated in a short film made entirely using stop motion animation developed by Jack and Triplstitched and produced by the talented team at Nexus.
The central character is created using 3d printing, modelled by Ben Blundell and Pete Addington at Nexus, where 95 iterations were made to cover the range of movements required to mine for the perfect button and sew it onto a classic Tripl button down.
The project has been documented to show the development process and give more of an understanding of the painstaking attention to detail required to produce such a film.
With a soundtrack created specifically for the project by Bridget Samuels, founder of London based collective Orchestrate, the film has a subtle other worldly feel.
Entitled “Proper”,Watch the making of here.