Sound & Vision

This was a uni brief, that asked us to produce a piece of promotional content for Marmite that's no longer than 10 seconds.
I used this as an opportunity to experiment with different types of image making techniques, including stop motion, animation and film.

For this project, I covered my arms in Marmite, almost burned down my parents' garden and forever buried a jar of marmite in an Austrian lake. And hell yeah,
it was fun!

Extra tip: If you ever think of painting yourself with Marmite, reconsider– the smell won't come off for at least three days and you will fill every room with a unexpectedly strong marmite odour. Don't ask me why
I know this.

You're welcome.

 

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Video Experimentation - Process

Blooper

You know you've been to mean to Marmite if it refuses to drown and untangles itself from a 3kg stone. Still a fun video though. 

 

Final Outcome

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RESEARCH

 

If you are curious what the ideas and concepts behind these videos are, take a look at my process doc: 

 

If you are curious what the ideas and concepts behind these videos are, take a look at my process doc: