twenty one pilots 'The Hype' by Andrew Donoho
Andrew Donoho's latest explosive video for twenty one pilots' new track depicts buildings crumbling and crowds materialising from nothing.
Firstly we see Tyler and Josh perform in a suburban house, and seemingly alone until we pull out and see a small crowd in the living room. This concept repeats across three separate locations, including the rooftop of the house, where a series of explosions forces them back inside, and the destruction starts to reverse.
Simple in its concept, but executed perfectly, this video sits comfortably in twenty one pilots' videography and cements their collaborative relationship with Donoho, following five prior projects across the last few years.
|Production Company||Invisible Inc|
|Executive Producer||Ian Blair|
|1st AD||Marc Kelly|
|Director of Photography||Nicholas Bupp|
|Focus Puller||Alberto Viglietta, Casey Hunter|
|2nd AC||Taylor Tigner|
|Art Director||Jennifer Klide|
|VFX||Jesse Toves @ Mfx, Rick Cortes @ Mxf, Tim Hendrix, Ryan Game, Andres Jaramillo, Derek King|
|Director's Representation||OB Management|
|Other credits||Creative Director: Mark Eshleman Line Producer: Barry Zeidman Production Supervisor: Allison Bova Production Coordinator: Naomi Rossman VFX: KALP MEDIA, PURPLE PATCH VFX PA: John Flanagan II Tracy Thyaer Clair George Alexis Schuknecht Shane Witt Dan Braden Alyssa Toledo Lucas Lambert Wardrobe Stylist: Karmen Dann Stylist Asst: Emily Lebsock Set Decorator Heather Glass-Oaks Set Construction Jay Johnson Set Dresser Courtne Benson Props Kelleigh Miller Art PA Nic Lombardo Stunt Coordinator Schuyler White SFX Coordinator Chad Ball Drum Tech John Meyers Locations Gail Mezey Location Manager Tami Jones Best Boy Electric Victor Beck - Hale Key Grip Drew Theiss Best Boy Grip Dean Hayashi Dolly Grip Trevor O'Neil Jib Operator Geoffrey Clingo Camera Operator Rob Ruscher DIT Elvis Funes 2nd AD Jake Heineke 2nd 2nd AD Josh Nowak|
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