Tim Hope's deadly ducks
A London-housing estate gang terrorise their neighbourhood, until they upset a bunch of toe-tapping ducks from the local pond who take matters into their own, er, beaks and give the lads what for. This, in a nutshell, is the treatment for director Tim Hope's new video for Get Up by Dutch DJ duo Bingo Players…
Production company Passion Pictures
Producer Adriana Piasek-Wanski
VFX Tim Hope, Raymond Lewis
VFX co-ordinator Mark Harper
Editor Nick Hristou
Grade Unit Media
Live action Nothing to See Here
Live action producer Sean Stuart
Puppets Andy Gent
Record label Ministry of Sound
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In our December issue we look at why carpets are the latest medium of choice for designers and illustrators. Plus, Does it matter if design projects are presented using fake images created using LiveSurface and the like? Mark Sinclair looks in to the issue of mocking-up. We have an extract from Craig Ward's upcoming book Popular Lies About Graphic Design and ask why advertising has been so poor at preserving its past. Illustrators' agents share their tips for getting seen and we interview maverick director Tony Kaye by means of his unique way with email. In Crit, Guardian economics leader writer Aditya Chakrabortty review's Kalle Lasn's Meme Wars and Gordon Comstock pities brands' long-suffering social media managers. In a new column on art direction, Paul Belford deconstructs a Levi's ad that was so wrong it was very right, plus, in his brand identity column, Michael Evamy looks at the work of Barcelona-based Mario Eskenazi. And Daniel Benneworth-Gray tackles every freelancer's dilemma - getting work.
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I love ducks so much.
What did they use to make the ducks move like that?
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