Signed: Oh Yeah Wow

June 24, 2014 / Signed/Unsigned

By The Beak Street Bugle

Caviar's new directing collective are a vibrant gang of pyromaniac polymaths.

There’s something about collectives. Maybe it’s the mystique that they get from hiding behind a shared name. It’s unclear how many people are in Australian collective Oh Yeah Wow. Led by Darcy Prendergast and Seamus Spilsbury, they’ve got directors, animators, pyro technicians (always useful, because what film isn’t improved by fire?), designers and artists all under one roof.

While known for their music video work for bands like Gotye, Slash and Aloe Blacc, they’ve also brought their diverse skillset to a bunch of brands, including Woolworths and Porter Davis. And now they’re represented by Caviar in the US and EU for both, it’ll be worth watching what they do next. Hopefully they’ll be setting fire to something.

Watch some of their work here:

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