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Directed by Najeeb Tarazi, who worked on films for Pixar such as Toy Story 3 and Monsters Inc., this awesome pixel art music video created for the superb track ‘White Flag’ by British electro duo Delta Heavy from their Paradise Lost EP is heavily inspired by a retro 16-bit aesthetic and the world of the early 90s gaming. Love it! 🙂
Starring Yukiko Tomochika, Naomi Watanabe, Oniyakko Tsubaki, and Shizuyo Yamasaki, Sony Pictures Japan have released a great music video promoting the upcoming Ghostbusters reboot film with four female comedians in full gear performing a Japanese version of the original theme song by Ray Parker Jr. Nice work 🙂
Directed by Félicien Colmet-Daâge and Ludovic Versace, ‘Staring at the Lines’, the latest music video from Buvette, is a little visual gem leading us into a surreal and mesmerising world, a futuristic dystopia populated with clones. With its colourful compositions and particular aesthetic, this animated vid has some nice references to the famous manga ‘Akira‘. Love it! 🙂
Kanye West has unveiled the slightly bizarre yet interesting new video for his track ‘Famous’ featuring an array of naked celebrities in bed together including wife Kim Kardashian naked and asleep, along with Taylor Swift and Kim’s sex tape buddy ex, Ray J. A slow zoom out reveals their other bedmates to be Amber Rose, Caitlyn Jenner, Bill Cosby, George W. Bush, Donald Trump, Anna Wintour, Rihanna, and Chris Brown, all snuggled up beside them in an enormous bed. Controversial yet an interesting visual commentary on the intertwined, exposed nature of fame and the cult of celebrity. Check it out 🙂
A fake, tongue-in-cheek ad directed by Mike Diva entitled Japanese Donald Trump Commercial, this WTF video imagines what a commercial announcing Donald Trump as new president of the world would look like in Japan. Kawaii!! 🙂
We love the official trailer for the semi-biographical film Elvis & Nixon telling the story of the impromptu historic meeting which resulted in the most requested photo from the United States National Archives. Looks as if Kevin Spacey might be playing the president for the rest of his career – check it out 🙂