Animatronic puppet for Caparezza

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    Animatronic Caparezza cover

    It has been the title track of Prisoner 709, the seventh album by the Italian rapper Caparezza: very catchy song (better: “a bit too much radio, who cares until“), Ti Fa Stare Bene (literally: it makes you feel good) has also obtained excellent feedback on Youtube with overe 32 million views a year after launch, thanks to a very nice video in which, among other things, an animatronic puppet.

    An animatronic for Caparezza

    You got it right: an animated puppet like those in the video game Fnaf (Five Nights at Freddy’s) of which we have so often spoken to you, but fortunately of a very different nature from the latter. One of the most frequent questions also among the comments posted on the Youtube channel of the singer-songwriter of Molfetta concerns who made this puppet. Luna's Puppets Caparezza

    Let’s know Otto better

    It is the Otto puppet produced by Luna’s Puppets in 17 color variations for the body (and 8 color variations for the animatronic eyes), at the base price of $ 280 without electronic components (with electronic components the price rises to $ 1,150 for thefull body” version, like the one used in the Caparezza video, to $ 1,080 for the puppet with only the upper part of the body).

    Very versatile animatronics

    The American society created ten years ago by Kevin and Andrea Gorby produces all its puppets strictly by hand, over the years also used for Kia commercials, for many theatrical performances and for animation activities for children like KidzWorld. animatronico ti fa stare bene

    Many have already appreciated them

    A list of satisfied customers that has now been enriched with a further prestigious name, that of the Italian rapper Caparezza, in fact, that for the realization of the video of Ti Fa Stare Bene turned to Videoproject and to the direction of Fabrizio Conte (who with Morris Bragazzi also edited the screenplay for the video). Nicolò Lo Cicero (Vitaminaeci), who we owe the image of our cover, was the animator of Otto.

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