Football Art: Case Jernigan Provides ‘A Brief History Of Soccer’ In Beautiful Stop Motion Animation Form (Video)

Chris Wright

31st, July 2015

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Case Jernigan is a New York-based artist who’s work we’ve featured several times before here on Pies, and it never fails to impress.

He’s gone quiet for the past few months but it turns out that that’s because he’s been working on an epic, at least in fiddly stop-motion animation terms.

Jernigan has produced a loving ode to football and its steeped history by blending together a cornucopia of classic moments using a variety of his signature styles.

As a result, ‘A Brief History of Soccer’ is in parts surreal, even a little abstract at times, but always charming and always beautifully crafted…

Lovely, lovely, lovely.

(Video: Case Jernigan/Off Foot)

More of Case Jernigan’s work on Pies…

Zinedine Zidane’s sublime volley against Leverkusen
Lionel Messi’s Copa Del Rey Final solo wonder goal

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  1. Supervillan says:

    Gorgeous! Love the cut out animation, reminds me of Monty Python.

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