since our initial work in the burgeoning direct-to-fan film sales world, we’ve been asked to produced platforms for a variety of different outfits. sometimes they want the whole rig from us as what about dick? and how’s your news? did, and sometimes they simply want to license the technology and design the look and feel of the platform themselves, as both pauly shore and joe rogan have. either way we’re extremely thankful to be asked to help in these developments, and flattered to be able to sit down in the fine company of those great talents interested in taking this new direction.
this is something new we’ve been working on with SONOIO. stay tuned.
_categorygrafiks, news, video
_tagsmatt sundin, music, red, sonoio, video
we just finished work on a short film to accompany the release of the next track from big black delta. it was shot over a couple of days around independence day in los angeles. the idea was simply to capture everything we got up to in the short time we had, be that searching the night sky for flashing lights, watching dan akroyd talking about UFOs on youtube or jonathan bates making strange noises on his studio floor. we hope the end result, if nothing else, makes you feel like all these things are related. not forcibly, but maybe with a little serendipity.
_categoryblog, grafiks, news
_tagsbig black delta, dan akroyd, IFUCKINGLOVEYOU, independence day, jonathan bates, los angeles, mellowdrone, ufo, video
we’ve been featured on the digieffects website as part of a ‘user profile’ series they’re doing. we’ve been included because of our use of their awesome damage plugin in the documentary we made for 65daysofstatic last year. there’s a brief interview and a chance to watch the promo video we made for radio protector again.
_tags65daysofstatic, after effects, digieffects, final cut, motion graphics, plugin, press, video
feed the walrus went live today. a bold new gesture in the world new media production companies. the walrus himself and his strange little world were created by us. turn up your speakers, open your mouth, look at your friend in the next cubicle and then roll over one of his flippers … nice one.
_tagseditors, feed the walrus, film, producers, production, video
today we unveiled our second music video for the protomen. this time around we filmed them, rather than animating them. all footage was taken from a recent show in brooklyn, new york and then smashed to pieces using computers afterwards. we hope you enjoy it: