Conch. Trumpet. 360 dome. Another month, another moonshine gathering.
If you recently updated to the latest version of Firefox browser, you may have noticed the following video part of #Foxyeah campaign. I was commissioned to edit the Firefox's new ad campaign. Every prop is hand crafted by the awesome team at Vallée Duhamel. Each cut is seamlessly blend thanks to the preciseness of the motion controlled rig. Watch the making of video at the end of the post.
Special thanks to Josh Sherrett, Julien Vallée, Dave & Paula at Mono.
Client : Mozilla Firefox / Agency : Mono / Directors : Julien Vallée & Eve Duhamel / Assistant Director : Anabelle Berkani / Production Manager : Inès Steinmetzer / Coordinator : Faye Duhamel / DOP : SPG / Art Director : Louisa Schabas / Art Department : Alex Hercule, Catherine Portvin, Antonin Sorel, Frédéric Bouin, Simon Besré, Ismael Tremblay / Prop : Carl Pépin / Hair and Make-up Artist : Léonie Lévesque / Stylist : Very Much / Choreographer : Steve Bolton / Editor: Vinoth Varatharajan at The Workshop / Post-production & Color grading: The Workshop / Music : XS Music / Making-Of : Cedric Laurenty
A nonprofit, independent browser built by thousands of die-hard volunteers all over the world who wholeheartedly believe in privacy and personal freedom on the Web. In an age where big data is invading our lives, this isn’t just a campaign to help Firefox gain millions of new downloads. This is personal.
Words by Mono.
Got the green light to cook up the next visuals for these guys. We be scouting.
I jumped at the opportunity to collaborate with my pals, Zoo Legacy for the second time. For the record, we shot it all on the Canon 550D, and had a lean crew of about eight to pull this off. Huge props to the guys, the gals, my baby cousin–especially Barrie MacLeod and his studio space who stepped up big to make this happen.
Here are some of the pre-production and pitch materials.
And some behind the scenes.
Work. Work. Work. Work. Work. Then play.
Well, somewhere in the last 2 months. More to be posted.
The Posterz are a three-piece from Montreal who boast some great self-annointed credentials: Husser "the hood punk", Kri$ the $pirit "the neurotic second coming of Nas", and Joey Sherrett "the weirdo production braniac". Following up the group's last single "All I Know" comes "Rumble", which we're premiering above. Watch and delight in the video's aesthetics, as the group roll through subway carriages, doing chin-ups, and mobbing past tower blocks.
"Rumble" is taken from the group's new EP Junga, which will drop before Spring is up. Catch The Posterz on May 13th at Birthdays. Tickets here. Click attending here! They're also playing The Great Escape May 14th.
Credits: Words by Noisey / Directed by The Posterz / Filmed by Afolabi Mamba Patrice Idowu / Edited by Vinoth Varatharajan