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Declan McKenna 'Humongous' by Taz Tron Delix
Taz Tron Delix's latest collaboration with Declan McKenna, following their first outing for Brazil, sees McKenna wander through humongous collages for Humongous.
The hand-cut feel of the world contained within this video is one huge lo-fi trip that flips perspectives and takes viewers on a dizzying, saturated aesthetic ride. Performance intercuts with dreamlike and nightmare-like vignettes that results in some of the video's inhabitants feeling worse for wear.
|Director||Taz Tron Delix|
|Executive Producer||Kiran Mandla|
|1st AD||Jack Meredith|
|Director of Photography||Ruben Woodin Deschamps|
|Focus Puller||Jack Exton|
|2nd AC||Andi Bequiri|
|Art Director||Liz El-kadhi|
|Make-up||Charlotte Belinda Kraftman|
|Editor||Taz Tron Delix|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Other credits||Spark - Greg Probert, Will Pope Art Dept - Rick Oshea Storyboard - Jonathan Shaw Di-Doi Additional Animation - Jonathan Button|
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