Welcome to the selection of the best creative music videos we've seen together on Designcollector this year. If you follow us for some time you may find that we give no shit to mainstream and select only things that inspire us more neither entertain. So please enjoy the list of music videos we enjoyed this year and be sure to check all other here
Director: Daniel Askill, Sia
A dance performed by Shia LaBeof and Maddie Ziegler.
Director: Kadavr Exquis
Director: Guillaume Panariello
The 3.5-minute music video below was captured in a span of 5 seconds. When slowed down, those 5 seconds of real time turn into three-and-a-half minutes of slow-mo craziness. The song is “Unconditional Rebel” by Siska.
Director: Julien Lassort
This full animation music video directed by Julien Lassort (Solab Production, motion by ELMO) for French band ALB is a complete immersion in a dark perpetually evolving world.
Director: Lorenzo Fonda
“You can win this creature and we will send it to you anywhere in the world! ”
Producer: Nathan Scherrer, Ian Blair
Director: Nina Knag, Ina Lerner Grevstad
There’s nothing more depressing than places that used to be designated for fun which are now abandoned, exposed to decay and eternal loneliness. Amusement parks, for example. Or kindergartens. Or even bathrooms, or swimming pools where cheerful children used to laugh and splash. It’s this latter setting that Norwegian singer Farao has chosen for the video for “Bodies.” Starring two teen girls “Bodies” explores how strangely unsettling post-puberty can be—a maelstrom of conflicting, acutely felt emotions. Watch this and feel it all over again.”
Director: Vincent Rouffiac
The Wikisinger sings the same song in different environments experimenting with natural reverb, early reflections and short delays.
Director: Bif Collective (Mill+)
M.I.A. is back to support people in need. The self-directed clip sees her join a group of refugees as they climb wire fences, crowd on to tiny boats, and wade into the sea
“Directing collective CANADA has released a new video for Tame Impala’s latest single, The Less I Know The Better, taken from the band’s third album, Currents. At the centre of the story is a love triangle inspired by the song’s title and lyrics. But this is not your average high school love affair… it all swirls around a basketball player, his cheerleader sweetheart and the team’s apeman mascot, Trevor.”