Ardyn 'Together' by Jack Barraclough
Jack Barraclough reimagines the 1960s counter-cultural heyday of San Franciscan architect group Ant Farm, with its utopian ideas and championing of easy to assemble inflatable structures, for brother and sister group Ardyn.
Fifty years on from when this stuff was happening, it transports nicely to the English countryside. Be sure to wear flowers in your hair.
|Executive Producer||Simon Oxley|
|Production Manager||Precious Mahaga|
|1st AD||Hattie Ladd|
|Director of Photography||Isaac Eastgate|
|Focus Puller||Richard Clitheroe|
|Art Director||Tors Beedles|
|Other credits||Production Assistant - Nabil Amara|
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