08.05.14 by Jeff

Music Video: Metronomy “Reservoir” Directed by Daniel Brereton

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A whole lot of markers must have been used in this hand-drawn animation for Metronomy’s “Reservoir”, directed by Daniel Brereton (previously posted here and here). Watch the video below.


 

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



  • Lotus Elite

    Reminds me a lot of this, but Carl Roosens et Noemie Marsilys style is a lot more agressive..

    http://vimeo.com/58874938

    • cool! hadn’t seen this before

      • Lotus Elite

        Yep, Carl and Noemie are awesome, but as soon as you publish in the wrong language it is hard to get coverage. Look at the likes for such a great work – rediculous.
        There is a lot to discover about these nearly unknown artist. Their aperrance is close to illustrators or comic nerds, but eventualy their crew is completely worth to be recognized as true artist.
        A feature on booooooom would completely rip them out of their artistic isolation as “comic nerds far beyond comics”.
        Hope you get my point and want to write something about Carl and Noemi on your website. Especially Carls etchings are worth a long look.

        http://carlroosens.tumblr.com/illustrations

        Best regards from Germany
        Johannes

      • ill take a closer look thanks Johannes

  • kara rane

    Fun! Very ‘beatlesque’! & drawing with markers is my medium choice as well.





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