The Inception of stop-motion videos.

Like a magician performing a trick, filmmaker Willie Witte pulls off this sleight of hand in a delightful experimental short, apparently right before our eyes. Witte writes in the description for the stop-motion film that he’s testing the process of printing out still frames from videos and using them to create these “transitions,” which he insists required no computer effects. That’s a cool use of paper. Kind of puts making paper airplanes to shame, doesn’t it?

via Colossal