NISHARTI TOV

A music video about revolving around a failing relationship which resembles the values of the artist, being questioned after he became famous, and the self work needed to become better than what you've been.

All portrayed through an art piece, old but timeless, fragile yet everlasting.

Date

 

Work

April 2021

3D scene building, 3D modeling, materials, lighting, animation, storyboard, script

Sagi Braitner

Client

Screenshots

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The main character and his girlfriend having a happy relationship.

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The girlfriend is escaping from his grasp, leaving him stuck in place and lost.

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After she left, he loses all balance he had in life and falls aimlessly.

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Gold representing self work and good values flood him and forcing him to let go of the worries and self harm.

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Pieces of the vase are starting to re-assemble, and gold being the glue that holds everything together is peeking through the cracks

References

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Kintsugi is a Japanese art form in which gold is used to glue pieces, embracing the broken and imperfect and the beauty in it.

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All illustrations made by Ashley Ohman

As is in the picture of V-day by Victor Jorgensen, the moment of true love is as fragile and momentary as lovers and war.

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Anubis, the Egyptian god of death and afterlife.

His shadow rises as the gold drains, resembling the revival of the vase.

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Guernica by Pablo Picaso.

Almost invisible in the video but lurking behind the vase threatening with chaos.