Shynola

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This article is about the group of artists. For other uses, see Shinola (disambiguation).

Shynola is the collective name of a group of three visual artists based in London who have collaborated on a variety of projects, including a number of music videos.

Shynola was formed by Gideon Baws, Chris Harding, Richard Kenworthy and Jason Groves in 1994 at the Kent Institute of Art & Design. They collaborated on a number of art projects at college, including an exhibition at a London gallery in 1996 called "Shinola".[1]

The name Shynola is a reference to Shinola, a wax based shoe polish from the early 1900s.

Gideon Baws died aged 33 from viral myocarditis on 11 October 2008.

Notable works[edit]

Music videos[edit]

Year Artist Song Title
1999 UNKLE "Guns Blazing (Drums of Death, Pt. 1)" (Instrumental)
Quannum feat. Lyrics Born & The Poets of Rhythm "I Changed My Mind" (Stereo MCs Rattlesnake Mix)
2000 Grooverider vs. Cypress Hill "On The Double"
Morgan "Flying High"
Radiohead Kid A blips: 'Basement Bear', 'Bear Witch', 'Dead Air', 'Drown', 'Eyes', 'Geese', 'Giant', 'Planes', 'Scarecrows', 'Six Million Thom', 'Stars', 'Thom Over Planes', 'Valley', 'Wake Up', 'White Mountains', 'Yeti'
2001 Radiohead "Pyramid Song"
Stephen Malkmus "Jo Jo's Jacket"
UNKLE "Eye for an Eye"
2002 Lambchop "Is a Woman"
Athlete (band) "You Got the Style"
Morcheeba "Otherwise"
2003 Queens of the Stone Age "Go with the Flow"
Blur "Crazy Beat"
The Rapture (band) "House of Jealous Lovers"
Blur "Good Song"
Junior Senior "Move Your Feet"
2005 Beck "E-Pro"
2009 Coldplay "Strawberry Swing"
2011 Coldplay "Paradise"
2013 How to Destroy Angels "How Long?"
2014 Emiliana Torrini "Tookah"
2015 Hot Chip "Need You Now"
Raleigh Ritchie Bloodsport '15
2016 Tiësto & Oliver Heldens feat. Natalie La Rose The Right Song

Short films[edit]

  • Doug Gives a Talk On Electronics (1999)
  • Dr. Easy (2013)

Advertisements[edit]

TV[edit]

Film[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • D&AD Awards (2012) Illustration for Design - Laura Marling album A Creature I Don't Know
  • D&AD Awards (2010) Music Video (Animation) - Coldplay Strawberry Swing
  • UK MVA Awards (2009) Video of the Year - Coldplay Strawberry Swing
  • UK MVA Awards (2009) Best Rock Video - Coldplay Strawberry Swing
  • UK MVA Awards (2009) Best Animation in a Music Video - Coldplay Strawberry Swing
  • McLaren Animation Award (2004) - Blur Good Song
  • CAD awards (2004) Best Animation in a Music Video
  • D&AD Awards (2004) Best Direction
  • D&AD Awards (2004) Best Animation
  • British Animation Awards (2004) Best Music Video - Blur Good Song
  • MTV VMA award (2003) Best Special Effects in a Video (shared with Clear) - Queens of the Stone Age Go with the Flow
  • CAD award (2003) Best Director
  • CAD award (2003) Best Rock Video - Athlete You Got The Style
  • LEAF Award (2002) Best Pop Promo - U.N.K.L.E. Eye 4 An Eye
  • McLaren Animation Award (2002) - U.N.K.L.E. Eye 4 An Eye
  • NME Brat Award (2002) Best Video - Radiohead Pyramid Song
  • CAD Award (2002) Best Rock Video - Radiohead Pyramid Song
  • CAD Award (2001) Best Alternative Video - Morgan Flying High
  • CAD Award (2001) Best Marketing Campaign (Shared with Dilly Gent and Chris Bran) - Radiohead Blips Kid A
  • LEAF Award (2000) Best Computer Animated Advertisement - Nat West 'Fishing Line'
  • BBC2 Awards (2000) Best Music Video - Quannum I Changed My Mind
  • MPVA Awards (2000) Best Video For Under - Quannum I Changed My Mind
  • Ottawa International Animation Festival (1999) Best Computer Animation The Littlest Robo

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