Tim Burton MoMA
It’s 2009. The MoMA is getting ready to feature Tim Burton’s unique and much loved work in an exhibit that would last over 5 months long. Naturally, the museum could think of no better option than to use Tim Burton himself to create the 30 second advertisement that would be featured on TV, at the museum, and online. The video starred a quirky little robot struggling to blow up four Burton-esque balloons that eventually spell out ‘MoMA’. The tricky part of the project was that the team only had three weeks to send the video out for post production. Burton was very adamant about keeping the entire film in stop motion. Since pre-production and preparation for the project were so well done, the filming only took three days to shoot without fail. Each shot had to be rendered on the spot with CG editing, making the production process very lengthy, but it paid off well and Burton (and his crew) were super happy with the results of the final project.