Instagram video has been out for just over a month and already brands have been conducting innovative experiments with it.
As with Vine, Instagram video lends itself best to artsy stop-motion style videos; and with the longer time limit brands can really get creative. The most impressive and interesting brand Instagram videos tend to be the ones that use stop-motion, like this cool Lexus film the automaker made with the agency Team One.
Here are five more examples of brands making great Instagram stop-motion videos.
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