Stop-Motion Music Video Uses Hundreds of Polaroid Pictures

Brian Anthony Hernandez

Walker Lukens comes to life in his new music video, "Dear Someone," as a man trapped in a photo. The catch? The picture can move, and it leaves home to wander New York City.

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The video weaves a stop-motion tale using hundreds of Polaroid pictures, whose once-blank canvases were provided by ex-Polaroid employees now leading The Impossible Project.

"Dear Someone" is from Lukens's forthcoming album, Devoted. It comes out April 2.

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"These songs are about not having the things that you want yet," he said in a statement. "It's not necessarily bad, you know. It makes you work harder."

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Thumbnail image courtesy of YouTube, Walter Lukens

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