EP*Vision team includes: Maryam Parwana & Brian Walsh
Sound Mix by: Tim Korn
The footage is from the original 1968 "Planet of the Apes"
The music is a medley of songs from Benny Benassi Presents The Biz- "Hypnotica" album (Get Loose, Satisfaction, Time, I Wanna Touch Your Soul)
Dear movie studio and Benny Benassi- this video is not intended for commercial use. It is simply a side project created for the fun of it. I like apes and monkeys, I like classic movies like this one, I like dance music, I like Benny Benassi, and I used to like glowsticks when I was 19... so I made this video.
If the usage of this footage or music for this artistic expression causes any issues with you, please contact me directly (info found easily at bradonio.com) and I'll take it down. But ever since this idea popped into my head, I couldn't help but try to make it for the fun of it to see what it would look like if Charlton Heston found a few glowsticks, turntables, and an insatiable urge to dance. Since I work with some amazing graphics people, we decided to just give it a go. This is a result of that collaboration.
Matchstick, the song, is by American Royalty, a new trio out of Los Angeles. Matchstick, the video was painted in water colors and water soluble crayons on 3 foot long, three inches thin strips of paper. The style grew out of paintings I make for a pre-cinema Praxinoscope, which grew from experiments with painting on film. Matchstick was mostly painted frame at a time under a digital camera mounted on a traditional animation stand with a mechanical stage which was used to keep the paper moving. The idea was to paint and draw abstract visuals which could dance along to the psychedelic song by the band . facebook.com/0AmericanRoyalty0 soundcloud.com/americanroyalty american-royalty.com
An entertaining and cheeky music video for “70 Million”, hit song by Franco-American band, Hold Your Horses!, offers a wink at art history as band members playfully reconstruct famous paintings in an off the wall lyrical interpretation all their own. Produced by L'Ogre.
Clip de 70 Million, chanson du groupe franco-americain Hold Your Horses ! produit par L'Ogre, mettant en scène les membres du groupe dans un voyage à travers l'histoire de l'art.