Like the proud parents that we are, we present you with the labor of love that is the video for When I Am King by Dutch indie rocker Tim Knol, producer by former sister co. Yellow Submarine. The video was painstakingly put together by hotshot superbot Sverre Fredriksen who soldered ten tons (or thereabouts) of timber to create the images, and stop motion to animate them – averaging five hours of work per second shown. The clip was produced by our hot sister, Yellow Submarine, and we took the opp to create a ‘making of’ video‘, which you can see on 2Pause (our homage to the art of music vids) along with the eye-candyliciousness of the video itself.

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    title:

    When I Am King

    artist:

    Tim Knol

    director:

    Sverre Fredriksen

    www.timknol.nl
    www.svrrmasjon.net
    Produced by Yellow Submarine
    When I Am King on SubmarineChannel blog


     

    Making of Tim Knol's "When I Am King"

    Tim Knol

    Director: Geert van de Wetering


    When I Am King

    Like the proud parents that we are, we present you with the labor of love that is the video for When I Am King by Dutch indie rocker Tim Knol, producer by former sister co. Yellow Submarine. The video was painstakingly put together by hotshot superbot Sverre Fredriksen who soldered ten tons (or thereabouts) of timber to create the images, and stop motion to animate them – averaging five hours of work per second shown.

    The clip was produced by our hot sister, Yellow Submarine, and we took the opp to create a ‘making of’ video‘, which you can see on 2Pause (our homage to the art of music vids) along with the eye-candyliciousness of the video itself.

    Tags: directors from Norway, stop-motion, wooden figures


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