Brewery Puts Together Stop Motion Tour of Brooklyn in 3,000 Photos

To promote the Brooklyn Brewery Mash, filmmakers Landon Van Soest and Paul Trillo put together the impressive stop motion creation you see above. The video, which was created by putting together 3,000 separate stills, takes viewers on a tour of Brooklyn by bike messenger (among other things) showing off some of the borough’s highlights.

According to the Mash website, the tour is “an expression of Brooklyn art, music, food and the cultural links we see with many cities around the world,” and the video covers all of these bases. From pizza, to vinyl, to books, to beer, the video does a great job highlighting what’s great about Brooklyn and everything the Brewery intends to take with them on the road.

Impressive as the video is, Van Soest and Trillo anticipated the people would have some questions about how it was shot. So, for those of us who can’t help but ask the question “how?” they’ve put together a breakdown of three of the more impressive stop motion shots:

Click here to learn more about the Brooklyn Brewery Mash or here to visit the Brewery’s website.

(via Laughing Squid)