Merging experimental aesthetics with commercial smarts, we capitalize on our cinematic diversity to create unique projects that speak specifically to your story. We cut through all the clutter with attention-grabbing visuals and one-of-a-kind storytelling. Striving for nothing less than groundbreaking and settling for nothing less than amazing.
HB Field Trip: Community Harvest with TONIC
One special weekend in October saw the launch of Humble Bloom’s HB Field Trip series with a community harvest lead by Tonic CBD. Located on Tonic's farm in Berkshire, NY, this first Field Trip brought together the diverse group of people that is the cannabis community. The event culminated in a music-filled bonfire after experiencing a day of illuminating workshops, delicious meals, a thoughtful panel discussion, and the joy of harvesting newly legalized industrial cannabis plants. Music Row Crop by Carl Banks.
Forever Against Animal Testing:
The Body Shop and Cruelty Free International
On October 4, 2018, World Animal Day, The Body Shop and Cruelty Free International brought 8.3 million signatures against cosmetic animal testing to the United Nations Headquarters in New York City to create a global framework to end animal testing while advancing the United Nations' sustainable development agenda.
The celebration of these signatures is a culmination of more than 30 years of advocacy between The Body Shop, the first international beauty brand to campaign against animal testing in cosmetics, and its long-time campaign partner Cruelty Free International, the first global, non-profit organization dedicated to ending cosmetic product and ingredient testing on animals.
Kevin Hairs: Kevin Wants a Dog
With his signature indiepop sound and even lower fi special effects, the music video for Kevin Hairs’ latest song Kevin Wants a Dog is a tribute to everyone who has picked up the pieces of a failed romance and moved on...or at least tried to. This is the first single off of "Freak in the Streets" by Kevin Hairs. Pressed and released by Bushwick tape collective GP Stripes. Shot on MiniDV and filled with a kaleidoscope of internet imagery, Kevin Wants a Dog is both self-soothing and self-loathing, like Cher hitting herself in the face with a pie. DP and chroma by Tim Hodge of VHS Eulogies.