Brazilian video artist Felipe Farias has a unique way of incorporating himself into his stop motion creations. Often taking place on a tiled kitchen floor or in his notepad, Felipe appears in many videos, along with his drawings, handmade cutouts, and other real-life props that help him tell a story to songs like Selena Gomez’s “Fetish” and “Marshmello” by Silence. The videos are so impressively assembled that nearly every single one has the honor of being featured by musical.ly. His 165K+ @felipedfarias fans look forward to finding out what he’ll use to create his next video—whether it is colored pencils arranging themselves or stick figures dancing to “Friends” by Justin Bieber & BloodPop. Whatever it is, it is sure to be stunning.