Video Directed By: Andy Devlin
'Hang Out/Hang Ten' is the story of a pessimistic chef who takes pleasure in nothing. Chef's day takes an unexpected turn when a life-sized carton of milk and a life-sized fried egg show up to teach him how to have FUN again.
Follow Chef as he chases after Milk & Egg through the city streets, only to be led to a MATH THE BAND concert where all of the instruments are made out of cardboard, and all of the rules are thrown out the window.
It's part music video, part live-action video game, and 100% made from recycled materials (even the tapes we recorded onto were previously used).
The 3 cameras primarily used in the video are all previously used tube cameras direct from the late 70's and early 80's, purchased on ebay. For the vision of 'AndyCam,' a character with a cardboard camera for a head, a Fisher Price PXL-200 'PixelVision' camera was used through the cardboard lens of AndyCam.
Prepare yourself for an indie-electronic assault on the senses, and 'everybody have FUN tonight!'