An epic music video, beautifully animated by CRCR for C2C’s “Delta”, about what it takes to be a true ruler and leader in difficult times. from the press release: “WIZZdesign animation collective CRCR (who made waves in the music video world with Lorn’s “Ghosst(s)“) are back with a new video for “Delta” by French turntablists C2C, off the platinum-selling French album Tetra. Regarding the story behind the video, CRCR was only given one constraint: the triangle. Starting from almost nothing, CRCR chose to create a universe in which this form would fit. Far beyond a simple exercise in graphic styling around a shape, CRCR integrated the triangle into something much more cinematic and narrative, and created a universe in which the triangle becomes a full-fledged character.  Not to mention it’s a fantastical story with a perfectly executed ending. When it comes to deciphering what it all means, that resides in the mind of the viewer.CRCR is a French collective whose members met at Gobelins, the most famous animation school in Paris. They got noticed with the first film they created at WIZZdesign, the animated short “Jesus 2000,” which won many awards. Their second film, “Todor & Petru,” a mixture of live action and animation, garnered an enormous amount of attention and put them in on the map as directors with a modern, graphic and quirky style. They then began to make music videos and commercials with increasing energy and artistic vision. CRCR is now a collective in full swing that is also is also dedicated to creating a body of graphic art, and is currently working on its first exhibition in 2013.” Credits: Artist:C2C Track:”Delta” Director:CRCR Production:WIZZ Label:On & On Records

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    Delta

    An epic music video, beautifully animated by CRCR for C2C’s “Delta”, about what it takes to be a true ruler and leader in difficult times.

    from the press release:

    “WIZZdesign animation collective CRCR (who made waves in the music video world with Lorn’s “Ghosst(s)“) are back with a new video for “Delta” by French turntablists C2C, off the platinum-selling French album Tetra. Regarding the story behind the video, CRCR was only given one constraint: the triangle.
    Starting from almost nothing, CRCR chose to create a universe in which this form would fit. Far beyond a simple exercise in graphic styling around a shape, CRCR integrated the triangle into something much more cinematic and narrative, and created a universe in which the triangle becomes a full-fledged character.  Not to mention it’s a fantastical story with a perfectly executed ending. When it comes to deciphering what it all means, that resides in the mind of the viewer.CRCR is a French collective whose members met at Gobelins, the most famous animation school in Paris. They got noticed with the first film they created at WIZZdesign, the animated short “Jesus 2000,” which won many awards. Their second film, “Todor & Petru,” a mixture of live action and animation, garnered an enormous amount of attention and put them in on the map as directors with a modern, graphic and quirky style. They then began to make music videos and commercials with increasing energy and artistic vision.

    CRCR is now a collective in full swing that is also is also dedicated to creating a body of graphic art, and is currently working on its first exhibition in 2013.”

    Credits:

    Artist:C2C
    Track:”Delta”
    Director:CRCR
    Production:WIZZ
    Label:On & On Records
    Tags: animation, directors from France, drama, fantasy


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