In April 2020, Grimes released “You’ll Miss Me When I’m Not Around” along with an invitation for fans to engage with the music video’s green screen backgrounds. Los Angeles director Brent Bonacorso took her up on the offer. [Read more]
Set in a de-humanizing future, Imaginary Forces’ intense new brand film for Japanese cosmetics brand SK-II reveals the deep emotional connection between Misaki Matsutom and Ayaka Takahashi, Japan’s first Olympic Badminton Doubles gold medalists. [Read more]
Oliver Davies, The Mill director who made a splash earlier this summer with his visually innovative work for Manchester United and Adidas, returns with a striking and surreal VFX adventure for Dashlane’s password manager. [Read more]
The dreary tedium of a New York subway ride transforms into a 60-second psychotropic adventure courtesy of Partizan director Antoine Bardou-Jacquet and Paris VFX masters Mathematic thru 72andSunny for Adobe’s Photoshop. [Read more]
From the release: Directed by Doomsday Entertainment’s Hiro Murai, the visually unique video is based on the sensual movements of Wushu martial arts, which is used to depict the complex relationship between the two lead characters.
In one of the most ambitious animated music videos of the last decade, London Alley director Mathew Cullen and Nathan Love animation director Joe Burrascano rally a massive crew for Katy Perry’s surreal circus romp in “Smile”. [Read more]