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The Big Moon 'Why' by Jonjo Lowe
Jonjo Lowe gets creative with a socially-distanced greenscreen video for The Big Moon's Why.
Shot in the tail-end of lockdown, emerging director Lowe worked with animator Jay Darlington on a series of surreal vignettes, depicting a day at the beach with an otherwordly twist.
Using green paint and textures to hide limbs, clothing and at points entire people, the lo-fi, DIY style of the project exudes a charming and silly vibe.
Matching the idiosyncratic concept, the band's performance is mesmerising and completely engaging, especially when it ventures into full, Dali-esque surrealism.
|Director of Photography||Alistair Little|
|Grading company||Time Based Arts|
|Other credits||Collage Design Assist: Bex Liu Edit/VFX Assist: Carina Etae|
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