I’m going to London for a couple of days to celebrate a friend’s birthday so any updates this weekend will either be short, incoherent missives from my mobile or simply nonexistent (pray for the latter).

Since I don’t like to leave you folks empty handed (though I often do, which probably says things about me that none of us should look too deep into) I thought I’d share this short that I think is pretty damn beautiful, and proves that literally the only limit to a person’s creativity these days is their imagination and a decent broadband connection. It also makes me insanely jealous:

So glad that the director’s going to be putting out features soon.

Why is it that inanimate objects can move us so much? I’m sure there’s a Toy Story-related thesis in that, but I’m far too lazy to do the research myself. Just let me know if this post inspires you to academic ambitions and I’ll take half the credit when you get published. ‘Kay? ‘Kay.

See you on the other side.

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