Tondals’s Vision

Screen Test

Tondal, a film project that transplants the medieval morality narrative Les Visions Du Chevalier Tondal, which narrates the tale of a rich and wayward knight whose soul is lead through heaven and hell by a guiding angel, into the chaotic hedonism of a London nightclub. Drawing particular inspiration from French artist Simon Marmion’s 1475 illumination of David Aubert’s manuscript, as well as Hieronymus Bosch’s 1479 hellscape, Tondal’s Vision, the artists have assembled an incredible cast of talent, including CGI artist and director Enes Güç movement artist Magnus Westwell, designer AGF Hydra and producer and sound artist IVVVO, to capture a lone revellers hallucinogenic journey, untethered from reality and enveloped by a nocturnal fantasy. “The global pandemic has made us all critically attuned to the importance of shared communion,” the directors assert. “In its wake, Tondal presents an urgent reflection on how our sites of collective revelry, once radical spaces of communal liberation, are being pervaded by hyper-individualism and commercialisation. Often lost and alone, but longing to find his place in the night, Tondal’s journey champions the idea that collectivity is actually still achingly proximate; a personal and socially transformative spectre haunting even the most de-socialised spaces.”

Directors – Louis-Jack & Jăk Skŏt
Director Of Photography – Matthew J Smith
CGI Artist – Enes Güç
Choreographer – Magnus Westwell
Composer – IVVVO
Stylist & Costume Designer – AGF Hydra
Editor – James Stubbs
Curator – Charlie Mills
Story & Script Consultant – Walter Donohue
Dancers – Oscar Li, Kibrea Carmichael and Max Cookward

Tondals’s Vision

The Valley of the Exhausted and Perspiring

Cgi painting extracted from ‘Tondal’. A cyclical hallucinatory journey through hell set within confines of a nightclub by Louis-Jack and Jăk Skŏt. As it comes to my contribution, a full cgi part in the film transport us through different levels, leyers and scales of consciousness.

Cgi painting by Enes Güç collabration with Louis-Jack& JJăk Skŏt
Choreography by Magnus Westwell
Performers Oscarjinghuli Max Cookward Kibrea Carmichael
Latex Garments and Costumes AGF Hydra
Music ivvvop
Scanning Patrick Thorn
Project Curator Chardonnie

Burrial Of Past Identities

"Burial of Past Identities" explores the connection and disconnection of past and future identities. The work draws attention to the fact that before detachment from past selves we can never be freed from their burden even though they were needed as survival mechanisms in the past.

“Connectome,” is a collection of artworks curated by @verdult.c for The Foundry – the Museum of Contemporary Digital Art’s @mocda_ decentralized curatorial residency.

Worlds Within

Vogue / Gucci 

The Gucci Diana bag has an inherent playfulness to it that demands individual styling. The modern classic, which takes the blueprint of the original bag beloved in the 1990s. Who better to show the infinite styling potential of the Gucci Diana bag than two of the brand’s favourite artists? London-based illustrator Joy Yamusangie and French-Japanese creative Tiffany Bouelle might have different practises, but they share an appreciation for unique, thought-provoking design.

It was so much fun to work on the VFX for both videos and bring the worlds of these amazing artist into another dimention.

Director: Joseph Delaney
Producer: Frankie Willcock
Director of Photography: Thomas English
Stylist: Donna Wallace
VFX Creative Director: Enes Güç
VFX Art Director: Zeynep Schilling
VFX Supervisor Assistant: Hermione Flynn
3D Artist: Işıntan Kurşun
3D Character Modeling: Mert Uzunoğlu
Rotoscoping: Akshay S R
Editor: Maxim Young
Colourist: Karol Cybulski