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GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT



My old friend and collaborator Alex Budovsky genius author of Bathtime in ClerkenwellBrazil and many other wild and wonderful creations moved from New York to Bogota a little while back.  "What's a Russian doing in Columbia?" you might ask a little suspiciously.  Well, amongst other crazy things he directed this delightful little animation by Olga Gonina.  They very kindly asked yours truly to contribute both the music and the voice over and yours truly was pleased to accept.

7 comments:

spillyjane said...

I really enjoyed that one - nice work, sir!

Kari Mathias said...

VERY cute. It kind of reminded me of "Angst" by Emiel Penders (Which can be found here: http://youtu.be/pAH4klqLTXg) in the fact that it's adorable in a slightly twisted kind of way.

I love Budovsky's work, and your collaborations are always fun to watch. Well done!

clerkenwell kid said...

Thanks - and for the Penders pointer- absolutely loved that!

darrenabi said...

Very marvellous Mr Kid.

I wrote a song, inspired by my life next door to yours - Hackney - which you might like...

http://www.gentleapocalypse.com/2010/10/hackney-olympus.html

...enough to help make better. Its a simple story about a bar on Mare Street where the Gods brawl and fall in love.

clerkenwell kid said...

Very nice too - thankyou

FeelingMyAge said...

Great to see new work by Alex and hear your dulcet tones, both musical and vocal. Ashamed to say I've only just discovered your wonderfully erudite blog. Was just nostalgically posting about Bathtime In Clerkenwell http://feelingmyage.co.uk/?p=1386 when it occurred to me to catch up on you were currently up to - and the penny finally dropped that the Clerkenwell Kid and S.Coates Esq were in fact one and the same. Doh!

clerkenwell kid said...

Hey it is great to be remembered - so thankyou

Technically, Stephen ad I are not one and the same - he is a current aspect of my personality..