Leaders

ad:
*

Persistent Peril's animated music promo for Phantom Power

Published by

Persistent Peril create a visually impressive animation for the official music video ‘Phantom Power’ from Diagram’s upcoming album, Chromatics.

*

As Vimeo Staff Pick and over 86k plays so far, Persistent Peril's emotional music promo is being recieved with open arms by not only the public, but the critics too!

Using a limited, but carefully chosen colour palette, a clever use of negative space, playful character designs, teamed with Diagram’s musical talents, Persistent Peril tell the story of a man sore from a recent break up.

Travelling to a secluded clearing in the woods he opens portals to his past in order to reflect on his relationship. In a drunken stupor, he accidentally lets the past bleed though to the present and is confronted by the reality of his entire relationship all at once, only to decide to put the past behind him.

Famed for their clever narratives and character designs, Persistent Peril have crafted an animation from start to finish, which reflects the ups and downs of relationships perfectly.

The quirky 2D characters and portal fx’s were animated in Flash and composited in After Effects.

 

*

*

*

*

*

*

Comments

More Leaders

*

Leaders

Jake Barrow on greatness from small beginnings

COVID-19 has pulled everybody's focus out of balance. But the drive of Jake Barrow is unfaltering, which shows how great of a leader he is to his team. 'Sic parvis magna,' as it appeared in a popular video game series. Jake was born in a small...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
*

Leaders

Abi Pearl on overcoming the impostor syndrome

We tend to forget how important it is to take care of ourselves, especially during a world-wide pandemic that makes us busier than ever. The story of giffgaff head of advertising Abi Pearl is as inspiring as it gets. If there is one thing you should...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
*

Leaders

Nick Lawton on running a family business

Low-skill roles can teach you a lot and leave you with tons of insights. One key takeout is definitely how to hate low-skill roles with a passion. Nick Lawton was lucky enough to do some cold-calling in London some time after uni, and that made him...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
ad: Meerodrop