Muju World Promo – Tokyo Dreams

A good and ridiculously talented friend ‘Muju’ recently hired me to do a few promo shots of his newest T-shirt designs (hand screenprinted onto climate neutral organic cotton T’s) but being the contrary trouble maker that I am I decided to make a promo video instead – a trick you can only really pull when the client is one of your oldest and dearest friends.

Big thanks to Mr and Mrs Muju for the opportunity to work with them again, to the models who all sat very still for the time-lapses and to Jeris for making his excellent music available under creative commons licences.

You really must check out the other incredible prints, Muju dolls and clothes available on

Music credit:-

Jeris – More than 2 sides (instrumental version)

(licensed under creative commons attribution)

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5 comments for “Muju World Promo – Tokyo Dreams

  1. danny g
    October 24, 2011 at 10:24 am

    wicked! nice work, like the tune and the fonts.

    mrs g’s thumbs are up

  2. October 24, 2011 at 10:46 am

    @danny g – cheers bro.Cheers for modelling for it too ;-)
    But seriously, if one more person says ‘font’ to me in any context I wil *not* be responsible for my actions!!

  3. Jon
    October 24, 2011 at 3:40 pm

    that’s fontastic! can’t see why they wouldn’t be super happy with it…

    my (odd) favourite scene is the slow zoom on the shadow of the traffic lights. do i detect that you are developing a cinematic style?

    wave to danny :)

  4. October 31, 2011 at 10:10 pm

    wonderful work, love how the pan is slow and seamless even in the time lapse. great catches the energy, the colour and the model’s look great :)

  5. David Koji Kariyado Hansen
    November 9, 2011 at 7:51 am

    DUDE!! Awesome!

    Love how you’re developing your own cinematographic style! Don’t know if cinematographic is even a word, hell if I care, it’s wicked!

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