The latest collection of relics from The Blackheart Gang’s recent explorations in the Bog
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The hearts of the Blackheart Gang are, as the name suggests, dark. They hardly show emotion and seldom seem to show any regret for their previous actions, such as the creation of their latest project The Tale of How.This brings me back to something I mentioned earlier, that is, that their hearts are black. Their cold smug bravado, and their black-in-black eyes are known to strike fear into the hearts of film festival organizers and hotel managers alike. It's their unresponsive natures, the rumours of the missing journalist, the way they stand in the rain, on the cold veranda, staring at the grey sea.Read More
Tale of How
Nine months of part time work gave birth to The Blackheart Gang's acclaimed short film called, The Tale of How. The Tale of How is the second part of a trilogy of works called the Dodo Trilogy. It is to later beflanked by The Tale of Then and The Tale of When. The Dodo Trilogy, in turn, fits into a much greater work called, The Household.
RingoRingo is the name of a music video project. My music video in fact! And it took a team of five creatives, nine months to complete. And it's finished! And we're all very proud of it. Its a two minute long animation, that will stun and amaze all, with it's dazzling amount of detail and wacky style. The lead actor's name is Ringo, and he's late for a date.
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Our characters are heading to New York. Virtually.
Invitation to our exhibition.
The Gang came back from the Bog- and look what they found.
The world of Markus
View new work at the Pictoplasma Character Walk in Berlin!
Just in time for Christmas- You can now get your very own limited edition, signed, Tale of How print online!
This October, The Tale of How and Ringo will both be featured at the Fete Du Cinema d’Animation, in Persepolis, France.
In October, The Blackheart Gang will come out of hiding for a day to speak at the Playgrounds Festival ‘10 in the Netherlands.