Retro redesign of classic metal album covers by Rafa Melandi.
A beautifully hand and digitally animated video directed and Illustrated by Lucinda Schreiber created for Husky’s latest single St Joan.
This is the story of a young woman out for a hike along a coastal tide pool. Her encounter with a sea anemone triggers a phantasmagorical reaction. She meets a man who seems to be in a similar predicament, and together they start a family of sorts.
In 1992, a man receives love letters in Korean. Since Google Translate doesn’t exist yet, he’s left confused. What could this mean?
Music video by Tourist performing Illuminate. Graphic aesthetic influenced by video games X (Gameboy) and Super World Runner (NES). All animated in Photoshop, with slight post-production in After Effects and editing in Premiere by Nicolas Ménard.
El siempre recurrente estilo ochentero funciona genial en el último videoclip de Tiga dirigido por Helmi y producido por Division.
A music video for Storms or a movie about the relative sizes & colors in the universe.
Music video by Say Lou Lou x Lindstrøm performing Games for Girls.
‘2033‘ is a kaleidoscopic rabbit hole of swirling objects and beautiful faces. A psychedelic music clip in 2D / 3D animation and stopmotion.
Everybody has a mask to hide their shadows. Music video for FYTCH by Blunt Gorilla.
Directed & animated by Masanobu Hiraoka
Music & sound design by Aimar Molero
The official video for She Keeps Bees first single “Is What It Is” off their forthcoming album Eight Houses.
Video for song “Technicolor Yawn” by The Dumplings. Written and directed by Arek Nowakowski.
A deranged jeunesse dorée daydream à la mode between isometric marble madness landscapes and optical illusions. The rules of this world are based on an autistic interpretation of mathematics and are sporting mud color schemes, copper slinkies, deflated silicone socks, slick flat geometries and black bulging blobs altogether dancing a blasé style.
In addition to pixel art and frame by frame animation, graphics in this video are based on various influences. The main ones arise from the underground manga, especially Maruo Suehiro’s “ero-guro” or erotic-grotesque style (to name one), that mixes both horror and erotic genres. Human passions such as love and violence become exacerbated to their climax, making the man look like a crazy and decadent animal, the whole thing taking the form of a macabre poetry.