Devo's Mothersbaugh Tells His Story of Blindness, Art and Inspiration in Delightful Animation for Google Play

Film Is Latest in a Series Linked to Pop-Up's California Sunday

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Google Play and BBH L.A. recently linked up with Pop-Up Magazine's California Sunday to make "California Inspires Me," series of beautifully-animated films examining how the state of California has shaped the careers of successful artists. The February issue features Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh, who talks about growing up legally blind, discovering art and then music after seeing The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, and forming his band following the shootings at Kent State University. Madrid-based directing duo Manson is responsible for the awesome animation.

Other films in the series have featured actor Jack Black, who talks about growing up in a surfer culture in Southern California; director and artist Mike Mills; and singer-songwriter Thao Nguyen.

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Date
Feb 26, 2015
Agency:
BBH - Los Angeles
Client:
Google Play
Director:
Manson
Animation:
Manson
Global Director of Marketing:
Brian Irving
Marketing Manager:
Zena Arnold
Product Marketing Manager:
Robin Gonterman
Executive Creative Director:
Pelle Sjoenell
Creative Director:
Josh Webman
Creative Director:
Peter Albores
Design Director:
Florencio Zavala
Art Director:
James Beke
Copywriter:
Tyree Harris
Music:
Shannon Ferguson
Sound Production:
Youth Radio
Publisher/President:
Chas Edwards
Producer:
Derek Fagerstrom
Project Manager:
Whitney Lynn
Front End Developer:
Amelia Kaufman
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