Slated to come out February 6th, Coraline is a new stop-motion animation movie from Director Henry Selick (best known for directing The Nightmare Before Christmas). The movie is about a young girl (Dakota Fanning) who steps through her closet into an alternate version of her life. The other life closely mirrors her own, but is more fantastical. What is most interesting about the movie, however, is that all 150 sets and 250 puppets used in the movie are handmade. From popcorn cherry blossoms to nylon fishing line body hair, the crew does it all. Check out this Wired article that provides detailed images and explanations of how the set was designed. You can also check out the movie trailer here.