The 'Make with Red Stripe' Campaign Features Various Artistic Projects

By: Andrew Robertson - Published: May 12, 2012 • References: & itsnicethat
This stop-motion video is the latest addition of artistic projects to be a part of the 'Make it with Red Stripe' campaign. Scottish artist Spaceboy (Mike Inglis) created this piece using animated cut-outs and placing them in sequence alongside a warehouse in Edinburgh.

The project is the result of a collaboration between Mike Inglis and his students from the Edinburgh college of art with the production company Blac Ionica. The animations within the stop-motion video feature a variety of 80s and 90s-era tape decks alongside hip hop dancing teens.

In response to his project Mike Inglis said, "My creation is a transitional piece that explores the experimental approach to making music [...] Essentially it’s based on positivity and the Jamaican culture that Red Stripe originated from." Stats for Stop-Motion Beer Promos Trending: Older & Mild
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