Money Shot: Jean-Paul Gaultier and La Monnaie de Paris

Eddy director Hugo Ramirez and Paris animation studio Brunch re-team for the second collaboration of Jean-Paul Gaultier and La Monnaie de Paris (the French mint) based on the work of illustrator Leïla Courtillon.

From Eddy: “The collaboration started with the creation of 12 coins inspired by the city of Marseille. It goes on with a new collection dedicated to the city of Paris. For this project, the director’s main inspiration was the movie Soy Cuba, which became iconic for it’s long and bold sequence shots.”

Arcane fact: Responsible for producing France’s Euro coins, the Monnaie de Paris was founded in 864 AD and is the world’s oldest continuously running minting institution.
 
Watch the first film:


 
Stills from the second film:

Jean-Paul Gaultier - Monnaie de Paris | STASH MAGAZINE

Jean-Paul Gaultier - Monnaie de Paris | STASH MAGAZINE

Jean-Paul Gaultier - Monnaie de Paris | STASH MAGAZINE

Jean-Paul Gaultier - Monnaie de Paris | STASH MAGAZINE

Client: Monnaie de Paris

Agency: La Chose Paris

Prod Co: Eddy
Director: Hugo Ramirez
Executive production: Nicolas De Rosanbo

Animation studio: Brunch
Line producer: Julie Bellemare
Direction & storyboard: Hugo Ramirez
Design: Leila Courtillon
Lead animation: Olivier Lescot
Animation: Martin Richard, Amelie Maurice, Mehdi Leffad
3D: Audrey Respaud, Mathieu Maurel, Max Granger
Compo: Philippe Valette

Music: Spock
 

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