Green Jello: Little Pig, Little Pig

Green Jelly began life as Green Jello in 1981 in Kenmore, New York.

The name was chosen due to the band's poor opinion of that flavor, and they decided that it also appropriately reflected the quality of their music.

The band never attempted to be good, deciding instead to "disguise their lack of ability with stupid props," as their liner notes put it.


LEGO Voldemort Goes Wand Shopping

Lord Voldemort is seeking the Elder Wand, and what better place to look than Ollivander's wand shop? Unfortunately for the Dark Lord, many other wizards go shopping at Ollivander's too. And some are more powerful even than Voldemort.


Micro Mayhem!

Buckle your safety belts for Micro Mayhem! 100% hand-crafted stop-motion animation using Micro Machines as the characters. Shot 99% IN CAMERA using a custom camera rig we created in order to make the tiny world look as EPIC as possible! Check out more from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios here:

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Ray Harryhausen Tribute

A tribute to a legend, one of my idols, and a man who forever charged the imaginations and dreams of us all.


Robot Chicken: Illegal Alien Problems

Gov. Schwarzenegger shows how California is dealing with the Mexican border issue. (Original airdate: 08/12/07) http://video.adultswim.com/robot-chicken/


Robot Chicken: Einstein, Mofo

We've hired some rappers off of the Craigslist to teach you about the Theory of Relativity. (Original airdate: 9/14/08) http://video.adultswim.com/robot-chicken/


Robot Chicken: Trojan Man

Of course it's important to be protected during discreet bouts of adultery, but a visit from Trojan Man tends to blow your cover.

Original airdate 12/7/8


Post-it Note Arcade

This stop motion tribute to my 2 favorite old school arcade games is based on actual recorded game footage. The recordings were printed out, one frame at a time, and transferred by hand to various walls around my office floor using thousands of Post-It Notes. The process consumed weekends and holidays for the past 11 months. Changing background scenery was masked out and replaced with 1 consistent frame throughout the animation, producing an eerie stillness amid the moving images on the walls.

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