Drawing on the eccentric English styling’s of Monty Python’s very own Terry Gilliam and the cut and paste pop art of Peter Blake and Richard Hamilton we’ve brought it slap-bang into the future with a large dollop of Art & Graft love.
We’ve turned the Albert Hall into a magical vessel of possibilities where the thematic tones within the music are visualised through a wonderfully colourful collage of vintage footage, photography and 3D animation, all polished off with hand-drawn 2D flourishes, which really bring the whole piece to life.
The Albert Hall remains central throughout the piece, taking the viewer on a whirlwind adventure as the building transforms from one incarnation to the next, continually shifting in scale. Like Mary Poppin's handbag; each time containing much more than realistically possible.
All visuals captured in camera by back projecting the animated story into the breaths of the band.
In the same way that you can see your breath on a cold day, we filmed at -1ºC to make the animations appear.