Posts tagged 'Blinkink'

Livin In The Sunlight, Lovin In The Moonlight

“Drawn in their distinctive 80s-inspired kaleidoscopic style, the Layzells take us on a surreal romp through a richly textured cartoon world dreamed up by a hallucinating out-of-work animator.”

File under: LOLWAT

A surreal-silly-psychedelic-good-times romp created at Blink for Adam Buxton‘s new ‘comedy-meets-music-video’ series, BUG, on Sky Atlantic HD. Best served at the height of your sesh in full-screen HD. This one’s a treat; ENJOY!

P.S. The Layzell Brothers (who illustrated/animated/directed the attached) are also responsible for the super-bizarre Reindeer and om-y 8-Bit Mazes so give those a gander when you’re done here.

[ Adam Buxton 'Livin In The Sunlight, Lovin In The Moonlight' ]

You Came Out

“The face paint animation film is made up of 4,816 separate stills. Each and every frame was hand-painted, shot, wiped off and redrawn, slightly differently for the next frame in order to create a seamless sequence. This time-consuming process involved the band members lying still for two consecutive days in a studio…more

Ida Gronblom & Fabian Berglund (of W+K) and David Wilson (one of the many talented directors at Blinkink) were tapped by We Have Band to direct/create this stop motion music video for their tune, You Came Out. We likey.

[ We Have Band - You Came Out (Official Music Video) ]


Kristofer Ström – the mind behind Baltimore Clap, one of our all-time favorites (if you haven’t seen it already, do so immediately) – is back with another fantastic music video, this time for London-based dubstep outfit 16bit. It’s some rad, bizarre business so grab the headphones and full screen this bitch. Enjoy!

Much gratitude is owed to both Nik and connor for sending this one in; thanks for the heads up friends!

[ 16bit - Dinosaurs (Official Video) ]

Let Go

David Wilson Creative pulled out all the stops to craft this video, “over an intensive 20 day period in September 2010”.  Lots of talented folks were involved in order to pull it off but I especially want to mention Keaton Henson, the video’s primary illustrator, who clearly played a big role in the overall aesthetic.  Take a minute to dim the lights and bask in the trippiness…

[ The Japanese Popstars Feat. Green Velvet - Let Go ]

Baltimore Clap

An abstract wonder of a music video by Kristofer Ström of Blinkink for ‘Baltimore Clap’ by Benga. Me likey.

[ Benga — Baltimore Clap ]