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Bent Image Lab - 'Portlandia'

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Bent Image Lab - 'Portlandia'

Postby Charles » Wed Mar 06, 2013 1:01 pm

Our friends at Bent Image Lab in Portland, Oregon has produced multiple skits for IFC’s “Portlandia”.

The first segment is called “Rats 2” and is a continuation from Bent’s “Zero Rats” piece from last year’s season. This year the rats are featured in multiple episodes. In one episode John, Fred and Carrie Rat publish a human tell-all and in another episode they look for a new home throughout Portland’s rougher neighborhoods. The “Rats Move” segment airs in a three part story arc during that episode.

The second animated segment features a dolphin that has to deliver bad news to the underwater sea creatures of Portland.

Nice stop motion all the way! Check out their videos...






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