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    A Witty Music Video Based Entirely On Anagrams

    By The Staff - Jan 29, 2020
    A Witty Music Video Based Entirely On Anagrams

    What happens when you shuffle the letters in the song’s lyrics and create a bunch of eerie and bizarre anagrams? Perhaps the only music video in the world featuring Gagarin on a rhino, woolen pot on fire, deviant peck, satanic loam, ruminal mob, immoral bun, a yogi with legumes, an olive on the run being chased by a police helicopter, and more.

    The music video, which was done for the band U-Prag, is the brainchild of creative ad man, Pavel Fuksa, and was illustrated and animated by Barbora Idesova and Matous Vyhnanek.

    “I shuffled the letters in the song’s lyrics and created a bunch of eerie and bizarre anagrams out of them,” said Fuksa. “These were then illustrated and animated, accompanying the song with its random gif-like presence.”

    You can see more of the accompanying artwork here.

    Credits

    Art direction, director: Pavel Fuksa
    Illustrations: Barbora Idesova
    Animation: Matous Vyhnanek
    Executive Producer: Ivana Blumentrittova
    Music: U-Prag

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