LAMAR+NIK Tag Archive

Music

LAMAR+NIK on Resurrecting the Magic Art of Kinegrams for Husbands’ Music Video ‘Manhorse’

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.

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Asides, Music

Juicy J: Flood Watch (Feat. Offset)

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'.

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Animation, Music

How LAMAR+NIK Painstakingly Animated The Shins ‘Half a Million’ Stop-Motion Antics With 5000+ Stickers

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.

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Asides, Music

Keep Shelly In Athens: Recollection

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

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Asides, Music

Pixies: Indie Cindy

Rightfully impressed by their first destructive music video collaboration with DN regulars LAMAR+NIK for return single Bagboy, the Pixies called on Jesse and

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Music

Pixies: Bagboy

“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.”

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Asides, Music

Samantha Crain: Never Going Back

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

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Asides, Music

Lushlife: Magnolia

Switching ice cities for cardboard, LAMAR+NIK’s promo for Lushlife track Magnolia saw them painstakingly handmake 188 cardboard words from discarded

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Asides, Music

Houses: Reds

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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