Making of THE FISH (2019)
Take a peek behind the scenes on PES's latest production for Corona + Parley, THE FISH. The film addresses the problem of marine plastic pollution in PES's signature style of object animation.
PES shot his short film "Submarine Sandwich" at 8K resolution with NIKON's D810 camera. This short documentary created by NIKON gives a peek behind-the-scenes on the set, a vintage 1920's Italian Deli which PES designed and built specifically for the film.
See behind-the-scenes on PES's Emmy-nominated commercial for Honda. Four months, dozens of animators and illustrators, and thousands of original drawings. All created by hand and shot in camera.
PES at the Flea Market
Take a trip with PES to the Long Beach Flea Market and watch him make a taco with objects he finds.
This FREE 9 Episode, 1hour 20 minute online class with PES is the best way to learn more about PES's creative process and methods. Take it from anywhere in the world, at your own pace. The class is split up into 9 easily digestible videos where PES discusses some of his secrets to making compelling original content.
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Making of KaBoom! (2004)
PES's war short "KaBoom!" (2004) was instrumental in defining the artist's personal style of using substituted objects for their real-life counterparts. In this mini doc, PES discusses the underlying logic behind his choice of objects in the film.
Making of Roof Sex (2003)
PES's first animated film "Roof Sex" (2001) won the Best First Film award at the Annecy Animation Festival and launched PES's career in animation. In this mini doc, PES discusses the thought process behind creating this seminal work and how he taught himself to animate. Plus, find out who Grandma really was!