Oyinda 'Serpentine' by Pussykrew
Following their recent Creator's Project feature, digital artists Pussykrew take us on a sensually visual journey through levels of live action and CGI.
Serpentine provides us with an intimate sci-fi story, where Oyinda transcends into an alternative virtual reality.
"We were trying to construct a visual experience outside of the standard music video language. We’ve created a visual piece based on the mood of the track and our imaginary virtual space. It’s a combination of live action and CGI -a sensual and intimate sci-fi story, where Oyinda is transcending into an alter reality (or expanded reality) in the post-future fluid universe."
|Executive Producer||Ian Blair|
|Executive Producer||Kimberly Stuckwisch|
|Director of Photography||Doug Porter|
|Focus Puller||Geoff Goodloe|
|Lead actor||Hunter Doradea|
|Other credits||Concept By Oyinda & Pussykrew|
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