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This Man Man Music Video Led Me Down A Rabbit Hole To This Artist



For one of my Tom Ray's Art Podcasts, I ended up meeting a person just because I was searching for something else online.

It was all just a simple web search for a song from 2006 by the band Man Man

After looking for it I didn't realize that they had released an animated video for the song Engrish Bwudd.

I was curious who did the video and found out it was an artist named Lindsay Kovnat. She also won a Nicktoons award for the video when it was released back in 2006.

It's not uncommon for me to just send emails to people that I'd like to talk to. Matter of fact for every email that I do get a response to I've probably sent out 10 or 20 more to people I know I'll never hear back from. People who I have no business emailing but you never know so I always give it a try.

That's why I thought it was really cool that Lindsay was happy to talk with me more about what led up to this crazy video for this crazy band and this crazy song.

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Finished an animated project.

I did the drawings in kind of an old black and white mystery monster movie.