Promo News - 5th Apr 2018

Axel Lavin and Oslo-based animation studio Stir has created an imaginative and ultimately nightmarish vision of Unge Ferrari. That involved replacing part of the Norwegian hip hop and R&B artist's head with CGI. 

Stir also created ancient Greek statue versions of Ferrari in the video for Hjertelos, where Lavin says the intention was "to create a mysterious universe where Unge Ferrari's dark thoughts battles his shiny, Casanova facade." Live action and 3D has been tied together and parts of his head replaced with 3D crystals.

"The models of the head of Unge Ferrari are based on a 3D scan of his head and then modeled on details from ancient Greek statues - such as the curls of the hair."


Make-upIrene Rinde
DirectorAxel Lavin
Production CompanyStir
Production ManagerAxel Lavin
Director of PhotographyAlistair Cheyne
Art DirectorAxel Lavin
ProducerAxel Lavin
EditorAxel Lavin
ColouristØivind Lunde
Grading companyStir
Post production companyStir
LabelNora Collective

Promo News - 5th Apr 2018

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