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Cat Velez - 25th Nov 2015

Vienna-based animation and design studio LWZ have created some stellar visuals to the pulsating beat of Ogris Debris's See The World.

The video sees a long animated sequence with a touch of 1920s and 30s graphic design aesthetics, featuring selfie sticks, CCTV, global warming, and many other hot topics of our modern times.

In regards to the video's concept, LWZ remarked, "we questioned if it is actually possible to see the world in an objective manner if you only get information over prefiltered channels." And there's so much going on here, initially its hard to discern a theme. But then the idea of a very special 'bird's eye view', dovetailing with the lyrics, clearly comes through.

Credits

DirectorLWZ
LabelAffine Records

Cat Velez - 25th Nov 2015

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