David is renowned for his live action animation, but here he concentrates on free-flowing stream-of-consciousness illustrations to create a psychedelic mindwarp - with the help of an animation legend.
Skream’s Listenin’ To The Records On My Wall by David Wilson
David Wilson takes on one of the biggest stories of them all, and reworks it in remarkable fashion for dubstep pioneer Skream.
The remarkable claymation effects were created using a rarely-seen technique called strata-cut, in collaboration with illustrator/animator Joseph Mann - a technique that is fully revealed in David's engaging and informative 'making of the video' film (if you've seen David's previous making ofs you'll know what to expect).
|Art Director||Theo White, David Curtis|
|Executive Producer||Bart Y|
|Production Manager||Tom Berendsen|
|Director of Photography||To|
|Producer||Paul Schleicher & Serena Noorani|
|Casting director||Nana Klimek|
|Post Producer||The Mill|
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