Proof that some of the most iconic clips can be made on a shoestring budget.
Water balloons, paintballs and guitars, all exploding.
Say hello to the internet’s next viral hit.
The video is shot in zero gravity over the skies of Russia and features aeronautical acrobat air hostesses, flying disco balls and a concerning quantity of paint.
Ok Go‘s penchant for elaborate music videos has gained world-wide notoriety by now, their past offerings having featured complicated treadmill choreography, musical obstacle courses and trained dogs. Set on outdoing themselves, the masters of one-take music videos are back with an illusion-filled visual feast for The Writing’s On The Wall. The four-minute clip is set
There are some things in life that are guaranteed to bring a smile to even the most miserable grinch out there, such as children’s laughter, toilet paper ads with puppies, and OK Go film clips. We can’t help you with the first 2 but here, have the Californian quartet’s video for All Is Not Lost
American alternative rockers OK Go have launched a competition in conjunction with Saatchi & Saatchi, Talenthouse and BUG, asking emerging filmmakers to create a clip for their forthcoming video effort to sync with I’m Not Through. The premise behind the competition is to shine a spotlight on the rising stars of filmmaking. 10 finalists will
Ok Go have released a new video that once again pushes some pretty crazy creative boundaries. This time taking a car out for a spin around a musical obstacle course set up with 288 guitars, 55 pianos, and 1,157 homemade instruments. They set up the course in the middle of the desert, and according to
In conjunction with the masses of websites shutting down yesterday to protest against SOPA, a vast array of both industry professionals and artist heavyweights have spoken out about the Act. A letter that was posted to US Congress, signed by Trent Reznor, Amanda Palmer, OK Go, producer Hank Shocklee, comedian Aziz Ansari, author Neil Gaiman,
The mind-bending band that gave us what is largely considered the decade’s most viewed music video (even the Simpsons parodied it), the treadmill-manned, Grammy-award winning ‘Here It Goes Again’, is back.