Some videos are wacky. Some are a little bit nuts. MGMT's previous vids arguably fall into those categories.
Hyperizers’ Don't Criticize, Hyperize by Andreas Nilsson
Actually part of Weiden & Kennedy's campaign for new Nike shoe The Hyperizer rather than a bona fide video (rather in the same vein as Nima Nourizadeh's ad/video for Adidas) Andreas Nilsson has not allowed his Swedish knowledge of basketball (ie not much) to cramp his verve and visual wit. In fact, it might even have helped.
The Hyperizers are comprised of several NBA stars, while DJ Quik wrote the track. Andreas and co. spent two weeks in scorching Vegas making it, which must have been tough on the senior citizen dancing girls.
|Production Company||Streetgang Films|
|Director of Photography||Shawn Kim|
|Director's Representation||Weiden & Kennedy|
|Art Director||Mike Warzin|
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