11.10.10 by Jeff

Lara Vs The Savage Pack

“Lara Vs The Savage Pack”, by Midnight Juggernauts. Shot frame by frame and then printed onto 2,000 pieces of paper.

Midnight Juggernauts Lara Vs The Savage Pack music video

Watch the video below!


Directed by Lucinda Schreiber & Beatrice Pegard. Lucinda Schreiber also directed that beautiful “Autumn Story” video.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • mega sijabat

    this video is cool!
    can not image how complicated was the production running with those papers. impressed me so much.
    may i know what is the song tittle of this clip?

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  • josh

    This one is more radical and consequent:
    http://vimeo.com/4211147

  • Really amazing.

  • Nicolás

    I loved it! so rad! <3

  • mega sijabat

    what is the song of this clip anyway? could somebody help me? i heart that song very much :)

  • fz

    they are so amazing!!! i love them!.. the video is excellent but… 2,000 pieces of paper!!! it must have been very complicated, and its definitely not environmentally friendly. anyways, I think its worth it.





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