Beaded Mario’s Grand Adventure


I experimented with stop motion animation as a kid. Mostly it involved my action figures falling over and making stacks of plates appear and disappear. But some are far more talented than me, and so we have this video that shows the adventure of Mario made entirely out of beads.

I’d seen a video or two like this before, but the amazing part is that this is a full five minute video of Mario jumping around places. That equates to roughly 5,000 hours of filming using stop-motion. No, you do not need to research that math.

Be sure to keep watching until they get to Mario Kart!


  1. Crentist November 30, 2012
  2. Nuala December 5, 2012

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