MICREATION “SYNOPSIS” TRAILER

New Micreation “Synopsis” video trailer.

Click below for info and link. Video available now.

SYNOPSIS:
It’s a 10 day visual odyssey with Micreation based on our travels from Cincinnati up through Ottowa, and Montreal, Canada with random stops in between. Run time is approx. 22 min.

Starring:
Tony Neyer
Eric Cuiper
Eli Platt
Brad Simms
Josh Suhre
Doug Horton
Joe Cox
Dave Jacobs
Larry Alvarado

Bonus Features:
Extra Footage
Wrecks
Eli Platt Video Spot
Brad Simms Video Spot
Synopsis trailer and commercials

Music From: DJ Figure, No Sleep, Omid, and Free the Robots

Packaging: Digi Pack (looks like a music CD), The cover is made out of recycled cardboard.

12 responses to “MICREATION “SYNOPSIS” TRAILER”

  1. b00b says:

    defgrip!!! way to come thru.

    btw, who was in the last clip? tony neyer? is he that good?

  2. ohio (tom) says:

    Dug Horton is the man of my dreams. That last clip is the dope stuff I’ve been looking for.

  3. brendan says:

    yo this is a totally un-related comment but, do you know why i can never get the macneil site to load for me?

  4. Andrew says:

    wayy to contrasty at points i had problems seeing what was going on.

  5. brown says:

    ART is all this is. fucking dope. the jazzy feel and video quality reminds me of the old Stereo skate video, “A VISUAL SOUND”

    http://www.skatevideosonline.net/skate-videos/474/stereo/a-visual-sound/

  6. homo says:

    big ups dave j.

  7. dude, the color correction in this vid, looks sooooo dope. if it is like that throughout the whole vid., i might like it as much as Tomorrow We Work.

  8. Nice video guys! Joe Cox killed that!

    Also I love the Easy E tune at the start haha

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