Caged Rage 3: Binary Budokan

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My friends from Lifelongfriendshipsociety sent me this a week or so back and I forgot to post it. They were tasked with putting together an experimental video promoting Google’s new web browser, Chrome. The end results of which was the quirky storytelling and kick ass style that LFS is known for and why they continue to grab big-name clients.

Here is a brief description of the project:
“Helmed by LFS director Brian Close, Caged Rage 3: Binary Budokan is a frenetic, stylish, romp through mediums including eye-popping computer animation, live action and stop motion animation. Infused with elements of Japanese Anime and 70’s martial arts movies, an office worker turns samurai on his to do lists, using the power of Google Chrome to accomplish near heroic tasks in record time.”

Good stuff guys. Miss you guys. Thanks for the creepy video Bridget (it made me kind of sick to my stomach). I want to come up and visit you guys sometime before the end of the summer (maybe I can bring Lee along).

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Well, I apologize but I haven’t been able to write for the blog the past few days. I was in Nebraska for a family affair, then back to Denver and now I am in New York, Brooklyn to be exact working on a new set of television commercials with Lifelongfriendshipsociety.

So, while I am working check out their work because they are amazing and I will try to get back to you all tomorrow or by the end of the week.

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