Created from two 3D scanned characters, Joan Guasch's video for Delorean's Crystal is a psychedelic trip through different stages in a relationship. The photogrammetry technique …
Toro Y Moi 'Rose Quartz' by Lauren Gregory
Chaz Bundick is one of those rare musicians who not only knows how to shape his sound into a strong, cohesive aesthetic, but can pair his musical output as Toro Y Moi with visually adventurous videos while he’s at it. Jordan Kim. HARRYS. Elisha Smith-Leverock and Chris Murdoch. And now we can add artist Lauren Gregory to that list.
Where ‘So Many Details’ flexes cinematic perfection, Lauren Gregory’s ‘Rose Quartz’ waxes poetic impressionist splendour. You can smell the turpentine and feel the daubs of paint on canvas. But even that is an overly simple view of what’s at play.
There’s no other way to describe ‘Rose Quartz’ than as if Ralph Bakshi himself showed up at Cranbrook Academy, toting a ragged Eastpak filled with a half pound of kind bud and every spare tube of Winsor & Newton oils he could get his hands on, proclaiming ‘Hey kids, lemme show you how we’re gonna make a music video’ to the entire illustrious MFA Painting contingent.
It’s French impressionism meets Bakshi’s long-overdue American Pop redux meets the Harlem Renaissance. It’s Lauren Gregory. And really, it’s great.
Chandler Levack and Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux's brilliant spin on a band-origin story for PUP's Guilt Trip - their second for the band, following the also-great vid for Reservoir - has …
Parisian collective CRCR head down to an English pub to execute their own highly inventive brand of action for Drenge's I Want To Break You In Half. It's what you would call a very …
Great video for Minneapolis band On an On's It's Not Over by Carlos Lopez Estrada, who's created this touching love story, about the efforts of a couple to stay together after she …
Following his recent collaboration with FKA twigs on the video for Cellophane, and also the premiere of his new short film Kiss of the Rabbit God at TriBeCa Festival 2019, Andrew Thomas …
Cut+Run London have promoted assistant Editor Meg Thorne to Editor, adding the one of the most talented young editors working in London to their full roster.
One of Manchester’s most prolific and talked about video directors, KC Locke, has signed to London-based Odelay Films for music videos, and is being represented by Marisa Garner at MGA.
Agile Films is bringing a showcase of music videos and short films by their directors to the Everyman Screen on the Green in London next month.
Post production company Wash has announced its expansion, with a relocation to a new base in Farringdon in central London, four suites, and a greater offering of services, including 4K HDR …