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Archangel’s Do It Again by Henry Scholfield
Henry Scholfield recently directed two fine videos for Nick Webber aka Archangel, with the one for Nick's rumbustuous version of Steely Dan's classic tune initially being the makeweight in a planned double-A side release.
But Henry and his colleagues have done an amazing job realising his labour-of-love idea for Do It Again. It's the adventures of Post-it Note Man, making his way in the world, from bed, to bus to all over town - and even for a swim.
This Herculean task of immense endeavour, requiring tenacity, dedication and an awful lot of Post-Its, is actually something Henry has wanted to do for a while. But even he didn't think it would be quite so hard.
Still, the reward is the Do It Again video being released ahead of the other one - because its magic. Henry's other Archangel vid for Loud And Clear will follow soon...
Henry Scholfield on making the video for Archangel's Do It Again
"The video took about two to three weeks to complete with a lot of time spent trying to persuade different locations to let us photograph the little stick man in situ; clubs, busses, kebab shops, saunas, swimming pools... etc.
"There were about 1,800 post it's in all... though sometimes it felt like a whole lot more. I think my favourite bit was spending a day underwater doing the bit in the pool with the underwater photographers, who must have thought we were a bit mental but still seemed to enjoy it."
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