02.06.11 by Jeff

Time is of the essence

“Time is of the Essence” by Cold Mailman. This is a beauty.

Cold Mailman Time is of the essence music video

Watch the music video below!


Director and animator: André Chocron
Director of photography: Audun Magnæs













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



  • OwlKef

    Amazing!I love this music video.

  • amen river

    gush. love it.

  • Steven Duncan

    yah. SO good! how?! how did they do this?

  • Really creative video, I really enjoy lighting design that works with music. There is a lot of creative lighting going on at the moment such as those 3D projections on buildings where you make it look like the buildings are falling apart and blocks are moving or water is falling, it’s fascinating.

  • Jack Few

    brilliant video! I love the sense of atmosphere in the whole night scene! its like it’s a big secret while everyone is asleep or something :P

  • Truly amazing!

  • Kyle

    ‘SICK!!’

  • Nambo

    FANTASTIC!!!!

  • Mario

    Love the animation…

  • Dave Himmelblau

    Shades of “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” !

  • thedude

    How the hell did they do that. This is f*cking awesome.

  • Methik

    “TURN ON THE LIGHTS!”

    lighting design is amazing…simple effects, but unfolding such a stunning impression with urban settings.





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