David Knight - 26th Mar 2018

Animation collective Klub Simon - that's Vladimir Mavounia-Kouka, Pierre-Emmanuel Lyet, Dimitri Stankowicz and Thomas Pons - have created a mesmerizing video for Rone, riffing on the themes of science and space with their different styles.

The team, who graduated together from Paris art and design school ENSAD, have conjured the video as an exquisite corpse, each member individually interpreting the track with certain common factors, including a central girl figure, and a shared pallette of primary colours.

And they really do blend together very well indeed to visualize the bubbly beat of Rone's Origami. An hypnotic visual treat.


"The main idea was to mix our graphic styles and to create something very sensory, abstract and mysterious. We did iconographic research all together and discovered abstract scientific visuals that influenced us a lot to create this sci-fi colorful world with weird macro artefacts.

"Afterwards, we decided to develop and nest our narrative visions to create something unique.”

Watch 'Rone 'Origami' by Klub Simon ' here

PRO Credits


DirectorKlub Simon
ProducerStan Bertin
Production CompanyPartizan Darkroom
Executive ProducerStan Bertin
ColouristVincent Amor
Other creditsAnimator: Pierre-Emmanuel Lyet Animator: Léa Krawczyk Animator: Thomas Pons Animator: Antoine David Animator: Vladimir Mavounia-Kouka Animator: Laurent Box Animator: Vic Chhun Animator: Dimitri Stankowicz Special Thanks To Royal Post

David Knight - 26th Mar 2018

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