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What others are saying!


"With inspiration from 1970s children's programing and public access, Creatures combines vintage equipment with handmade puppetry to create a funny, quiet, lived-in-world."

- CREATORS PROJECT / VICE
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"SUPER DUPER honorable mention to Creatures of Yes, a weird puppet delight!"

- Charlie Sextro
Sundance Film Festival



"A combination of humor, poignant dialogue, and striking visuals."

- TUBE FILTER
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"Each video is a sort of contemplative aesthetic object that invites viewers to deepen their sense of empathy and wonder without drawing easy conclusions."

- HAMMER TO NAIL
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"Delightful and strange and obsessive and heartfelt... an immersive sensory experience with careful attention paid to every texture, light, color, and sound."

- INTERESTING PRODUCTIONS
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"the Creatures of Yes maintain a certain purity; the only thing ironic about the show is that its relevance is maintained by its total lack of irony. "

- WE ARE MIRRORS
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"The Creatures of Yes: The Next Big Puppets... Una delicia visual cada uno de sus episodios"

- YOUNG OFFENDERS
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"So simple, yet so effective is Jacob's presence onstage, that audiences can't help but be endeared by both his performance and it's message."

- THE PUPPETRY JOURNAL



"The Creatures of Yes low-tech, in-camera effects (which look straight out of 1979 PBS) make for a bewitching effect."

- BROOKLYN VEGAN



"Creatures of Yes definitely insight an emotional feeling on that same level with the familiarity that is shared by so many shows from our childhood"

- THE NOSTALGIA BLOG



"Avec une esthétique rétro années 70 et un mixage sonore assez inquiétant, les marionnettes s'interrogent sur le sens de la vie, sur la manière de communiquer et les absurdités humaines."

- RTBF



"It's weirder than I know how to describe, but also somewhat addictive and an unnervingly accurate representation of our social dilemmas."

- HHHAPPY MAGAZINE



"the look and feel is just PERFECT; the short videos on display here are less overtly odd than, say, "Don't Hug Me I'm Scared", but there's something off about each of them, and the more you watch the odder they get"

- Imperica Magazine


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