David Knight - 13th Jan 2011

It's not every day that a new video for a classic track from one of the iconic British rock bands comes along - but here's one.

Chris Boyle - who won an UK MVA for Best Music Ad last October - gets to grips with The Who's Tattoo, reworking the band's classic iconography and introducing tat-influenced visuals in a evocative retro trip reminiscent of the old theater light shows.

The video was commissioned to celebrate the re-release of the classic Who album Live At Leeds, and created using a heady mix of 2D, 3D and hand drawn animation.


DirectorChris Boyle

David Knight - 13th Jan 2011

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