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Max’s Journey to the Moon, an adventure told with pancakes

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Animated with 600 stop-motion pancakes, Max’s Journey to the Moon tells the story of a pancake kid whose adventures can’t be contained to the frying pan. The short was made by Tom Wrigglesworth and Matt Robinson of Wriggles and Robins.

Watch Max battle pancake warriors, surf pancake waves, and launch into space in a pancake rocket ship.

pancake stop motion surfing
pancake stop motion rocket
Previous Wriggles and Robins on this site: La Mer de Pianos, a film about the oldest piano shop in Paris.

Then watch more videos about pancakes:
• How to make pancake beetles & caterpillars for breakfast
• Pangraph v4: Making Spirocakes (Spirograph Pancakes)
• Totoro & Catbus pancake art by Random Breakfasts

via Laughing Squid.

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