We collaborated with English drum and bass duo DELTΔ HEΔVY to create a music video for their latest single called Take Me Home.
As two kids of the ‘80s, we have a soft spot for arcade. It’s not only a culture icon but also a place where friendships, rivals and romances happened. When first listened to Take Me Home, we were touched by the multiple layers of emotions. We wanted to use something simple yet special to express the complex emotions of the song. Our answer was a claw machine. We decided to create a fantasy world within a claw machine. By bringing the dolls to life, we wanted the audience to feel their emotions, follow their journeys, and finally take them home.
The coolest part of this project is it fulfilled our childhood dream: To make an arcade story about ordinary people fighting the monstrous boss, as if it's in an arcade game. :D
Space Rabbit is a creative team lead by Kun-I Chang and Shih-Wen Lin.
About Kun-I Chang
Kun-I Chang, born in Taiwan, is a creative director based in New York. A moviegoer, toy collector, comic reader, and outdoors lover, he sky dives for idea inspiration and uses house cleaning for relaxation.
He is also an illustrator, designer and animator who is known for his quirky sensibility and cute style. His short films and art projects have received numerous nominations and awards including Promax/BDA Award, Bitfilm Festival FX MIX Award, San Diego Comic-Con Independent Film Award, and recognized by design magazines such as Stash and IDN. He has worked with agencies, networks, TV studios and created various projects for MTV, DirecTV, Lego, Super Bowl, COKE, Lifetime, NatGeo and TBS.
About Shih-Wen Lin
Shih-Wen Lin, also goes by Wendy, is a self-taught lifestyle photographer and clay artist based in New York. She is a fan of natural light and the natural look. A great portrait is being able to bring out the unique personality of each person. As an artist, she loves to create conceptual photography. For Lin, photography is not only a medium to capture moments, but also a powerful wand that tells stories and brings her imagination to life. She is also a moviegoer, toy collector, book reader, coffee drinker and peanut butter cookie eater. Her personal project won The Webby Award in the personal website/blog category in 2017.