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Oct 3, 2016 | 11:12 AM EDT

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JARROD ELVIN – Nick Soole’s ‘Human Resources’ (Peak Body Mix)
Directed & created by Jarrod Elvin at MickMacks HQ, 2012
Music from Re-Fleshed Volume 1
Produced, performed and arranged by Nick Soole.
Recorded at Gamma-Ray Gun Productions 6/09.
Original music by Andrew Mortensen.
© 2009 Gamma-Ray Gun Productions / Andrew Mortensen
© 2012 Jarrod Elvin / MickMacks
About the video;
Firstly it’s open to interpretation. One could say it’s a metaphor about the effects on society that happens when a new element is introduced, industry/technology/money/drugs/alcohol/smoking/etc. The polyps represent humans, at first all singing together in harmony, then when the element is introduced, they exist in a discordant belligerent manner, having fun and enjoying themselves without caution in the light of this new element, which winds up killing them all in the end.
When I first heard the song, the film clip in it’s entirety sprang straight into my head, clear and picture-perfect, exactly as the film clip came out. I’m not exactly sure what the song itself means, but I couldn’t picture any other visual interpretation, this one was just too strong. But it’s also just a bit of fun, I enjoy the juxtaposition of cuteness mixed with grossness and creepiness. – Jarrod Elvin, Decemeber 2012



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Kind of creepy for me in particular because I'm scheduled to get a colonoscopy in a few weeks..


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Made my day!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is so beautifully grotesque I'M IN LOVE WITH IT :)

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JarrodElvin responds:

Oh that's excellent! Thank you, I'm thrilled you like it so much!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this creatures is a lot bizarres

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JarrodElvin responds:

Haha yes! I was going for something creepy and weird, but also cute. So thanks!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Reminds me of O from Dreamworks home... Lmfao.

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JarrodElvin responds:

Haha yeah I see what you mean! Though I did make this before 'Home' was made, so I didn't get inspiration from them (Who knows? Maybe they got it from me!) ;)