Patrick Jean’s Pixels Takes Over the Internet — I mean, New York [EDITED]

It’s Friday and to keep things simple I’m just going to say: Watch this.


I particularly like that the description of the video in various bootleg copies on YouTube says that it was shot on location in NYC. Yes, that was why the observation deck at the Empire State Building was closed for two days last month: Donkey Kong was shooting a scene up there.

The director, Patrick Jean, is associated with (though not on the website of), French production studio One More Production. Division, which has made videos for Beck, Grizzly Bear, Architecture in Helsinki and the inexplicably buzzy XX. Do check out the site if you’d like to see a hypnotic animation of a naked chick queefing diamonds. That oughta ride ya right into the weekend.

Update: Should have gone with my gut. Patrick Jean did not make the film for Division, One More staffers tell me, which explains his conspicuous absence from the former’s site, as I’d originally noted. That said, the rest of the out-stricken text is still true, including most importantly the video featuring a jewel queef.

3 responses to “Patrick Jean’s Pixels Takes Over the Internet — I mean, New York [EDITED]

  1. They probably should’ve just set the bomb off at the beginning of the assault.

  2. Super cool
    was hoping frogger would have a cameo

  3. Pingback: A Comment on the Pixels Post « No Happy Medium

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