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Duckie Brown's Stop Animation Avatars: Ridiculous or Hilarious?

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Uh, probably both. The video above—featuring a stop animation, stick figure introduction to Stephen Cox and Daniel Silver of Duckie Brown—was art-directed by Eddy Chai and Paul Birardi, the founders of one of New York's most-celebrated menswear shops, Odin. The purpose? To attached faces to the names behind three seasons and counting of those Florsheim by Duckie Brown shoes that we already totally love. And, they need to screen something at that new Florsheim multi-line pop-up in SoHo. Enjoy!

· Florsheim Fêtes Collabs, New Pop-Up with PBR and Locksley [Racked NY]
· Florsheim [Official Site]
· Duckie Brown [Official Site]