David Knight - 18th Sept 2012

The music video directing debut by illustrator Thomas Warming for the pottymouthed provocateur Lyndon Walker's single The New Punk Rock is lo-fi video art collage par excellence.

Warming - who also created cover art from Walker's new album, The Dicklaration - was directly influenced by Richard Hamilton's iconic pop art masterpiece Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing, as well as Frank Zappa's You Are What You Is video - and with cutout cameos from a small army of famous faces...



DirectorThomas Warming
Director of PhotographyBrendan Burdzinski

David Knight - 18th Sept 2012

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