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simon robson the creator of "what barry says" signs with lost in space for representaion in europe, america and japan
simon robson is an award winning young designer with a political conscience. the creator of the controversial short film "what barry says" simon has applied his designers eye to create a hard hitting, stylish, revealing and powerful, motion graphics film to illustrate the narrative of Barry McNamara's discourse on the real reasons behind the so-called War on Terror and the USA's recent invasion of IRAQ.
"what Barry Says" artfully articulates the european skepticism of the current War on Terror placing simon on a par with michael moore as a controversial film maker presenting an alternative view of the official reality.
simon says "the artist must evolve with an ever-changing world in order to survive. Each project is visually and emotionally a statement of where you are at the time”.
Simons ability to project such a hard hitting message in a such a simple and concise way exemplifies his powerful design and communications skills. simon will be a valuable addition to the lost in space stable of moving image makers.
recent press coverage includes the following articles in mainstream and design media. with several awards from festivals around the world.
click on the images above for associated movie clips and high res stills.