The heart, humor and inventiveness of 'Isle of Dogs' had to be stitched out of 130,000 stills.

Production on Isle of Dogs involved more than 670 crew members, including more than 70 manning the puppet department and another 38 in the animation department. The heart, humor and inventiveness of Isle of Dogs had to be stitched out of 130,000 stills that create the illusion of immersive action. Here are a selection of videos detailing the process.

Also on the Creative Planet Network: An Inspired Adventure on the Isle of Dogs 

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