Oscar 'Good Things' by Bryan Schlam
After their Wes Anderson-tinged video for the ultra catchy Sometimes, Bryan Schlam and Oscar have teamed up again for Good Things.
A saturated, colourful video presented in an aspect ratio reminiscent of medium format photography, we're presented with a series of surrealist vignettes (or as the title card suggests: "A Disastrous Collection Of Fizzles and Flops".
Aesthetically speaking, Bryan Schlam and Oscar are a pairing creating a great visual identity, managing to combine pop culture references with their own contemporary style to create a series of videos that have a collective identity, whilst still standing up on the strength of their ideas - much like the pairing of Ace Norton and Darwin Deez about six or seven years ago.
|Production Company||BLVD Industries|
|Executive Producer||Jason Valen|
|Director of Photography||Ben Carey|
|Art Director||Gilli Glatt|
|Hair & Make-up||Jessie Eden|
|VFX||John Criston, Garrett Alloway|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Allison Rodgers Art PA: Debbie Kunst Art PA: Stephanie Shulman Grip: Alexander Prokos Grip: Luis Alarcon|
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