These could be your brothers or sisters

A large drawing of children playing by German artist Wayne Horse forms the basis of a new music video for William Kouam Djoko track, We Are Your Brothers and Sisters – but the relatively simple set up contains a chilling reveal

A large drawing of children playing by German artist Wayne Horse forms the basis of a new music video for William Kouam Djoko track, We Are Your Brothers and Sisters – but the relatively simple set up contains a chilling reveal…

To the lines “These could be your brothers or sisters / We are your brothers and sisters” the camera pans around Horse’s giant circular illustration (depicting youngsters unwrapping presents, sitting in school and so on) while the whole scene is coloured-in by the three children shown at the start of the film.

But after about one and a half minutes, things turn a little sinister.

The two work-in-progress images posted below the film might give away the storyline (or at least the issues that the film was designed to raise awarness of), so for a no-spoiler experience, watch the clip first. The film was made in collaboration with the Jäger Music Program.


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Our Monograph this month, for subscribers only, features the EnsaïmadART project in which Astrid Stavro and Pablo Martin invited designers from around the world to create stickers to go on the packaging of special edition packaging for Majorca’s distinctive pastry, the ensaïmada, with all profits going to a charity on the island (full story here)

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