Damien Vignaux - Hine
Fashion concept video featuring our Walter Lansen Chrono from the SS14 collection.
Directed and animated by Damien Vignaux, Berlin and nominated for several awards worldwide.
Directed and animated by Damien Vignaux (elroy.fr) for triwa.com
Produced by Doity
DOP : Philip Reinhold
makeup : Stefan Kehl
Styling : Christina Van Zon (NUDE agency)
Fashion by Dawid Tomaszewski & Ep_Anoui
music : D.L.I.D /Dick Laurent Is Dead
model : Natascha (SEEDS)
A creation myth
According to the Mauri people of New Zealand, Rangi was the sky father and his wife was the mother earth, Papa. At the beginning of time, Rangi, the male sky, and Papa, the female Earth, were entwined in a static embrace. Rangi wanted with this embrace to prevent the creation of the world.
Their divine children, like Tangaroa the god of the sea, could not escape. The trapped gods tried in vain several times to separate from their parents. Tane, the god of the forest, pushed away his father with his head and his mother with his feet, and finally succeeded.He then set the Sun and the Moon, and decorated the heavens with stars. Tane was also the one who created the first woman, called Hine, whom he married. Their children were the first Polynesian people.
Tane created the world by giving the impulse of movement in a static scheme, and inhabited this world with a beautiful woman who was the living link between the gods and the people.
Movement is life.
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