Fenne Lily 'Solipsism' by Tom Clover
Fenne Lily transcends the world as we know it in Tom Clover's brilliant visual for Solipsism.
Defined as a theory that the "self" is all that can be known to exist, we follow Fenne as she eats a banana that triggers the undoing of her solipsism, and her sense of reality disintegrates before her very eyes.
Cue an unhealthy obsession with bananas - with products such as sardines in banana sauce taking prime real estate on the shelves - a cameo from fellow artist Willie J Healey and a colour palette that feels like it's been pulled straight from a 90's episode of Goosebumps.
Completely bonkers in the best way possible, the parallel-world, Lynchian vibes are perfectly suited to the enigmatic track, and the concept is riotous fun from start to finish.
|Executive Producer||Joseph J. Goldman|
|1st AD||Jack Green|
|Director of Photography||Fabio Mota|
|Focus Puller||Hermes Contreras|
|2nd AC||Jack Lightfoot|
|Art Director||Charlotte Buchan|
|Hair & Make-up||Jyn San|
|Other credits||Cast: Kate Milner Evans, Nathaniel Rehman, Mark, Willie J Healey|
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