Avatar Vision proudly presents FRANK BLACK'S GIFT!

A few days ago we proudly unveiled a campaign video for Josef, one of our friends and supporters and the response from you good people was overwhelmingly positive. I am sure you will agree with me that in his latest creation he has simply outdone himself. Green screen technique, subliminal imagery and few choice visuals worthy of Frank's most disturbing of visions and the result is a fantastic way of supporting this campaign and demonstrating your belief in the power of Frank Black.

Now we know that not everyone has the skills to make something this creative, I'm not convinced I could even begin to try, but do not let that put you off. Taking the time to record yourself chatting about your love of Millennium or a few minutes to make a plea for letters to be sent are powerful ways of connecting with our supporters, finding friends in the process and making an invaluable contribution to the ongoing efforts of this campaign.

If you have a webcam, a digital camera or any other means of recording a video please consider having a go yourself, we will do everything we can to spread your efforts as far and wide as we can. We are also working with the cast of Millennium on some exclusive videos of their own.

Join the trail, support the campaign and you could be the focus of the very next episode of Avatar Vision!

4 Responses to "Avatar Vision proudly presents FRANK BLACK'S GIFT!"

pumpkinheader said... June 13, 2009 at 12:40 PM

Just keeps getting better and better! Green screen, how on earth. Congratulations on another amazing video!

David said... June 13, 2009 at 1:05 PM

That was awesome! My hat is off to the producer of this.

Jósef K. said... June 13, 2009 at 8:07 PM

Thanks for the comments.

The video was going to be much bigger and ambitious but it didn't turn out the way I planned, so I took the less is more/simple things are better approach.

And it works.

Thanks again, would love to hear more feedback.

Don't be dark!
Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

RSWehman said... June 18, 2009 at 9:48 AM

I like it! Great Job! Simple, in this case, probably was better. Keep them coming!
Cheers from USA...

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