Jimmy Brown - 19th Oct 2011

It's another cracker by animation maestro Kristofer Ström for a dubstep smasher - this time Delta Heavy's Hold Me.

The style is a bit more Japanese and it starts with this young lady disinterring her cat. The rest is just beautiful and strange - and a bit grisly. Fabulous.



DirectorKristofer Ström
Production CompanyColonel Blimp
ProducerTamsin Glasson
CommissionerSophie Hall
Production CompanyBlink

Jimmy Brown - 19th Oct 2011

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