LUXURY COMEDY 2 / PAINTED ENVIRONMENT

As with series 1 of Luxury Comedy, we created all the painted and collaged elements that were used to create the virtual environments in series 2. Here is a selection of stills.

Nigel Coan from Nipple, co-wrote and directed Luxury Comedy.

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LUXURY COMEDY 2 / TONY CURTIS & CURTIS TONY

We made these two puppets for series 2 of ‘Luxury Comedy’. We had to find a balance between functionality and crudeness, as they were meant to be made by a mute internet sensation called Paul Panfer, who remakes Elvis films on his mobile phone. We considered using professional puppeteers, but in the end it was funnier when performed by the shows writer Noel Fielding, and fellow performer Tom Meeten.

Nigel Coan from Nipple, co-wrote and directed Luxury Comedy.

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SKY ARTS / JAMES RHODES – PIANO MAN

Again collaborating with Ape Inc, we created the series graphics for the Sky Arts series ‘James Rhodes – Piano Man’. The brief was to reflect James’ approach to classical music, through type and animation. In all there were seven episodes, each with specific chapter animations and expressive typography. This is just a selection of the work created. Produced by Fresh One productions.

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THE MIGHTY BOOSH / SERIES 3 DVD MENUS

Again collaborating with Ape Inc, we were asked to create the menu system for the The Mighty Boosh series 3 DVD. Using the shop, Nabootique, as a starting point, we created a 360 degree panoramic image, and used the elements in the shop for different parts of the menu.

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THE MIGHTY BOOSH / HOWLING JIMMY

This was our 3rd series working on The Mighty Boosh. We were asked to do three animations. The style came from the last two series, combining painted and photographic elements. This animation appeared in the ‘Journey to the Centre of the Punk’. The story of Howling Jimmy a.k.a. The Spirit of Jazz.

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THE MIGHTY BOOSH / PEACOCK DREAMS

This animation appeared in ‘The Power of the Crimp’ episode in series 3 of The Mighty Boosh. Naboo recalls two TV programmes from his planet, ‘Peacock Dreams’ and ‘Magpie Moments’.

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