Pigeon Impossible is the brain-child of writer/director Lucas Martell. It's the end result of nearly 5 years of hard work, coordination, and creative genius. In essence, it's about a rookie secret agent - Walter Beckett - who is faced with a problem seldom covered in basic training: what to do when a curious pigeon gets trapped inside your multi-million dollar, government-issued nuclear briefcase.
Here, take a look:
The animation is good and the story is simple, creative, and mildly addictive. It continues to rack up views on YouTube (approaching 3 million views) and is collecting all sorts of awards around the globe. If you enjoyed the video and want to learn more about the creators and process, check out: Pigeonimpossible.com. There is also a blog at: Blog.pigeonimpossible.com and a very informative collection of podcast at: Pigeonimpossible.com/podcasts.
So be careful out there, the next time pigeon poop lands on your head, it might be contaminated with radioactive waste.