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Gumby creator Art Clokey was a true visionary and stop motion pioneer whose explorations in film had a profound impact on filmmakers worldwide for generations. Take a spin around the all new Gumbyworld.com to discover more about Art Clokey, Gumby and friends. We challenge you to find an interesting fact or two that you didn’t already know about Gumby. Get to know Art personally; hear a bit about clay animation and his philosophy on the creative process. Put your feet up, stay a while, watch some video clips, and have some fun.
Here’s a heart-warming clip from The Gumby Movie, the “Take Me Away” music video.
Yes, that’s right, Gumby and Pokey gummy candies! Squeeze ‘em, tickle ‘em, stretch ‘em, chew ‘em! As fun to play with as to eat, your favorite claymation characters come to life in these adorable gummy candy designs. Way yummier than clay, Gumby & Pokey Gummies feature delicious flavors of green apple and orange mango! Shop…
Bendable and flexible, this USB flash drive with 4 GB of memory is useful and fun! Take it wherever you go–the key chain provides extra security. Plus, it comes loaded with the original Gumby song! Every Gumby fan needs one. Check it out…
Now that spring is here, we are seeing more bikes on the road. Many communities throughout the world promote biking with local or national cycling days, weeks or even a full month. May is National Bike month in the U.S., and National Bike to Work Day is May 17, 2013. Gumby’s getting into the action. Cycling is a great way to be green inside and out. You reduce harmful emissions from auto exhaust, conserve fossil fuels, slow the wear and tear on the car, reduce air and noise pollution, and save money! You’ll find it easier to get a good parking space and you may be able to pass by gridlocked cars in congested areas. » Read more
It’s a new year, and the days are marching on. Gumby and Pokey are hamming it up to bring you some creative and heart-felt holiday greetings and visuals of their escapades. If you haven’t had a chance to visit “Gumby Central,” Gumby’s official Facebook page, then be sure to check it out now. Like the page, enjoy the postings and share them with your friends. Get the latest tweets by following “Gumby Central” on Twitter. Here are a few snippets of what you’ve been missing… Happy Valentine’s Day! How are you showing your friends and loved ones how much they mean to you? Gumby’s into handmade things, so he’s » Read more
As we’re settling into the new school year routine, opening our books and our minds, we look at what we have learned and still can learn from Gumby. Gumby creator Art Clokey was a huge proponent of learning. Early in his career, he spent a few years as an art teacher in Santa Barbara, California. Art loved to read and wanted his Gumby episodes to encourage children to seek out information. He wished to spark their young imaginations and spur them to read into new adventures… just as Gumby and Pokey can walk into any book and find themselves in an historic or futuristic time and place. Gumby’s fun adventures give us a glimpse into history » Read more
Gumby Central met with puppet maker Nicole LaPointe-McKay to get the inside scoop on making puppets and what it is like to have a career in puppetry and stop motion animation. Part Two: The Puppet Maker Career follows. Part One: Making Gumby appeared in our December 2011 blog post. GC: Thank you for taking time to continue our conversation on puppet making and animation as careers. Let’s start with the basics. What kind of education is needed to be a puppet maker? NLM: Going to college helps you to focus and push forward in the right direction. There are plenty of theater arts programs worldwide. Going to college helped me meet and team up with » Read more