David Knight - 26th Oct 2012

The second video in quick succession for Police Dog Hogan - featuring the velvet vocals of Blink boss James Studholme and the skillfully plucked banjo of Guardian columnist Tim Dowling - sees Tom Kingsley turn to stop-motion animation and greenscreen to tell the eventful adventures of a very romantic artist's mannequin for 14 Roses.


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DirectorTom Kingsley
Production CompanyColonel Blimp
Production CompanyBlink

David Knight - 26th Oct 2012

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