Your work seems to be super varied with a seamless mix of technology & craft, how would you describe what you do and how did you come up with this unique blend?
We always say our work isn’t about the medium, it’s about the style. We use lots of different mediums to tell stories. Maybe it’s a video project, maybe it’s an installation, maybe it’s a animated video, maybe it’s a virtual reality project. Whatever it is, it stays true to the fun worlds we create.
Some of your projects are quite out there, where do you get your inspiration?
The internet is a beautiful place full of millions of minds sharing ideas. Sometimes it’s idea overload! Besides that, we’re inspired by space, video games, books, stuffed animals, cats.
You said in an interview a couple of years back that for you, print and film is dead, do yo still think that or do you think it still has a place?
Film doesn’t feel like home to us, so in that sense, it is dead to us. If you ask a magazine to see their subscription numbers vs page view numbers you will see how the role of technology has changed print. Personally, we don’t like reinventing the wheel, we are more excited about doing something new.