With only days until the release of Rjd2’s new album More Is Than Isn’t , Pen and Picture reflects on our Rjd2 music video A Spaceship For Now.  Produced by Pen and Picture for Rjd2 (Rj Electrical Connections) the video premiered with SPIN Magazine and received coverage with New York Magazine, Billboard, NME, Sterogum and an array of international indie taste makers. Stay tuned for a future post about our Gas Mask Cam created for specific water shots for the Rjd2 video (filmed in winter in minus cold sea temperatures). Below are some comments from various media for this Pen and Picture video:

“Psychedelic video. Tells the story of a crashed flight and its surviving stewardess, who faces the daunting task of escaping the deserted island by building a makeshift plane from whatever she can salvage from the wreckage.”
Tim Herrera, SPIN

“That’s some nutso flight safety!”
New York Magazine

“Indie Gem .Pretty flight attendant go nuclear”

“One badass stewardess”

“It’s better than Avatar!”
Tiny Mix Tapes

“Post-Apocalyptic video. Futuristic sounding”
Done Waiting

“Very 2001-esque”
Brooklyn Vegan

“Surreal and weird. It’s a perfect fit”

“There’s nothing comforting about music videos depicting plane crashes. Enter Rjd2 and his new video for the song A Spaceship for Now. Abstract and cinematic but no less unnerving. A stewardess –wearing an eerie smile (not to mention a gas mask) – attempts to rebuild a plane from the wreckage in what looks like a post-apocalyptic, seaside setting.”
So Much Silence