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  • Willie Nelson’s “Crazy” sounds like one big sigh. It’s a universal song about heartbreak—the kind of song you listen to while you desperately stare out a window into a rainy night. Sami’s version of “Crazy” is not that kind of song. – With sinister production courtesy of Troublemaker (King Fantastic), Sami’s sweet voice takes on a troublesome tone. The Vash-directed video, starring actress Carlson Young, makes it very clear just how troublesome that tone is, and suddenly the word “crazy” takes on a dark new meaning.

  • So what exactly is going on here? Um, the ush. Hot chicks smoking blunts, in slow motion, in cutoffs, in a swaggg house. (They take turns hot-boxing a fox mask). What does it mean? Nothing, I’m pretty sure, but you liked it didn’t you? You LOVE the (kind of) witch house aesthetic, yeah?

  • I was stoked to see that Jeff Vash, a 21 year old jack-of-all-trades made this crazy ass video which totally fits the vibe. It’s really just a bunch of hot girls smoking weed in slow motion, but paired with the music it’s actually really hypnotizing to watch. Well done.

  • Continuing to hold admiration for the female figure with this slow-motion beauty by Austin video artist Jeff Vash.

  • The video may be short and somewhat simple but it’s still impressively well-done and adding anything else to it would probably upset the creative balance he managed to work out. Everett’s trippy, experimental sound mixed with Vash’s visually abstract techniques deliver a video destined for YouTube sensation.

 

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Jeff Vash

Visual Artist / Designer

   

The work of Jeff Vash edges on the verge of the surreal & visceral. With his viral success of “About You” in 2012, his work continues to stretch over 23,000,000 views online.

Vash Creative, founded under the ethos of producing high quality original visual content, our projects center around collaboration with artists, filmmakers, musicians, and makers to provide a platform for exposure and conversation. Our creative direction takes influence from fine art, pop culture, and exploitation of digital media. Forge unique experiences & encourage new perspective.

Houston/Austin native, he now currently works & resides in the NYC, New York area.

 

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Exhibitions

 

New Media Artists, The W Hotel (Austin, Texas) [2013 – 2014]

Las Vegas Film Festival, The Palms (Las Vegas, NV) [2012]

The University of Texas, Permanent Print Collection  [2012]