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The Quarry’s Scot Crane Cuts Hypnotic New Spot for Vollebak Clothing

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Gorgeous’ Chris Palmer directs launch film for adventure clothing brand

The Quarry’s Scot Crane Cuts Hypnotic New Spot for Vollebak Clothing
Editor Scot Crane has collaborated once again with Gorgeous director Chris Palmer, this time to deliver a mesmerizing abstract edit for new adventure apparel brand Vollebak.

Vollebak is the mastermind of award-winning ex advertising creatives and extreme sports enthusiasts, Steve & Nick Tidball.  They have created a uniquely engineered and technical line of clothing which is designed to pit your 'mind and body against nature'.

In keeping with the ethos and philosophy of the brand, the film project is a macro insight of the Condition Black Jacket’s unique and technical fabric Ceraspace, (a material that is made out of ceramic particles) to recreate the sights and sounds of ‘Condition Black’ (*a term used to describe a moment in which your subconscious physical and mental state must choose between fight or flight, during life and death situations)

The film is bought to life with sound composed from recordings of space from NASA’s 2009 Voyager mission which compliments the concept of these garments.

With post-production supervised by FatiBoo, Vollebak is a visually hypnotic film.
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Genres: Music & Sound Design

Categories: Day Wear, Clothing and Fashion

The Quarry, Tue, 12 Apr 2016 09:36:28 GMT