The latest in a series of deliciously minimalist videos for Unknown Mortal Orchestra by New Zealand-born and Sydney-based animation director Greg Sharp.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra 'American Guilt' by Greg Sharp
Greg Sharp from Sydney-based animation studio Truba Animation, who created the brilliant apocalypse cartoon The Future last year, has now brought Kiwi band Unknown Mortal Orchestra's testing new fuzzy sound into focus.
For American Guilt, Sharp applies a painterly level of detail to an unlikely subject - a fly-ridden rubbish tip. And then it all becomes about the fly.
|Production Company||Truba Animation|
|Other credits||Additional Backgrounds & Colours: Nikola Vitković, Alex Gouin Fafard, Andrew Onorato, Joel Williams|
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