Land Rover (the only non-clay prop in the entire spot) goes on a cross-country adventure, tackling all types of terrain in this claymation extravaganza. As we follow the car on the road, we see landscapes melt and build into one another, paving the way for the driver to get safely home from his adventure. 1.5 tons of clay were morphed, manipulated and molded over hundreds of hours to create the assets for the Land Rover Claynation campaign. 

Land Rover also catches up with the actor in an exclusive interview about his time on set.



Peter Sluszka, winner of various awards and accolades, may be the most calm and patient director in the business. With strong roots in stop motion, it’s easy to understand why. It also helps that he's gleaned a thing or two from his time working alongside the legendary Michel Gondry.

Peter is a skilled mixed-media director, but above all, he is a clever designer and a fabrication whiz. It's not uncommon to find him fully immersed in a project and getting his hands dirty with set design, fabrication, or even animation.

Having directed original content animation, commercial productions, music videos, television series, and feature films, Peter's portfolio is brimming with live action, CG, and stop-motion feats. He’s manipulated everything from traditional foam latex puppets to meat, origami, snow, yarn and (literally) tons of clay.