David Knight - 25th Feb 2014

Noah Harris has created an extraordinary vision and arguably pushed stopmotion animation into new territory (or new dimension) with his hugely imaginative and borderline-bonkers video for Julio Bashmore's Peppermint.

Noah has utilized 3D printing to conjure up his distinctive universe, of a female figure that develops from drawing to solid form bound to a solid earth, and other while above the hands of a deity - clapping out the house beats - also proffers peppermint liquid to the female, and other forms and objects below.

And that only describes one part of it. You could pretty much interpret the meaning of this anyway you like. Most importantly, Noah uses stopmotion - and 2D animation – to create a fantastic, elemental, highly original piece of work. 

Watch 'Julio Bashmore ft Jessie Ware 'Peppermint' by Noah Harris' here

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorNoah Harris
Production CompanyBlinkink
Production CompanyColonel Blimp
Executive ProducerNathan James Tettey
Executive ProducerBart Yates
ProducerDebbie Crosscup
Production ManagerRob Wildsmith
IllustratorGerrell Saunders
Graphic designNoah Harris
Director of PhotographyToby Howell
Camera AssistantMax Halstead
Art DirectorStripeland
EditorMax Windows
Editing companyStitch Editing
ColouristAubrey Woodiwiss
Post production companyProdigious
Post production companyNineteentwenty
Post production companyCherry Cherry TV
Post production companyBlind Pig
Post production companyEightVFX
Post production companyGlassworks
Post production companyBlinkink
CommissionerCaroline Clayton
Other creditsPrevisualisation: Noah Harris, Simone Ghilardotti, Simone Nunziato, Matteo Sanna, Christine Hooper 2D Animation: Frankie Swan, Mark Abbott, Tabbi O’Connell, Chris Cray, Noah Harris Lead Stop-Frame Animator: Andy Biddle Shot at: Prodigious Studio Paper and Printing: GF Smith FE Burman 3D Printing & Scanning: 3D Print UK Digits to Widgets

David Knight - 25th Feb 2014

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