Jimmy Brown - 3rd May 2011

Jimi Crayon delivers his multi-media extravaganza for Dagenham grime act Devlin, translating the lyric via nine TV sets - with computers, old video recorders and speakers making up an impressive cube sculpture - in the absence of the artist.

"I really wanted to build something sculptural and unusual," says Jimi. "We used hundreds of different parts to build our creation - including speakers, suitcases, cables, VHS and cassette tapes. There were nine laptops hidden behind the sculpture each feeding a different edit of the video to a specific TV.


DirectorJimi Crayon
Production CompanySpring 69/Protein
ProducerAdam Farley
Executive ProducerBridie Woodward
EditorDave Graham
Director of PhotographySam Goldie
Art DirectorBen Lack
PostIain Welland

Jimmy Brown - 3rd May 2011

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