Made with a budget of just $200, we talk to directing duo LAMAR+NIK about using an old technique dating back to 1890 for Husband's 'Manhorse' music video.
Music video wizards LAMAR+NIK return to their hometown roots to showcase the interesting lives lived in small town USA in Juicy J promo 'Flood Watch'.
5,566 stickers and a hell of a lot of hard work, LAMAR+NIK tell DN how they animated The Shins' stop-motion antics in their playful new promo.
A woman moves through a derelict school inhabited by gigantic etherial bubbles (all real, not CGI) in Recollection, a music video about letting go from the
Rightfully impressed by their first destructive music video collaboration with DN regulars LAMAR+NIK for return single Bagboy, the Pixies called on Jesse and
“When we were first approached by the Pixies it was really a shock to us. They had apparently seen our work and wanted us and just us to do the video.”
I’m beginning to think that a large part of the filmmaking appeal for LAMAR+NIK stems from the physicality of their creative efforts; if they’re
Switching ice cities for cardboard, LAMAR+NIK’s promo for Lushlife track Magnolia saw them painstakingly handmake 188 cardboard words from discarded
Using handmade clay moulds, soldering irons for the detail work and lighting from TVs and Christmas Lights, directing team LAMAR+NIK created a frozen city for
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