This 25 foot long single sheet of water colors was created in one day, on site at Condé Nast in NYC. The video was made for Vanity Fair and debuted the day before the opening of Trainwreck, directed by Judd Apatow, written by and starring the genius Amy Schumer. Apatow enjoyed this video, tweeting such things as "Awesome job! @lindsaymound" And "I am don't deserve such lovely artwork."
Yes, you do, Judd. For Freaks & Geeks, you deserve the world.
The artwork for this short video was created in one day in a tight turnaround for Ed Helm's new movie release, the reboot of National Lampoon's Vacation. In hindsight, more time would have covered more ground, but I can say Mr. Helms was very nice.
"In what is likely the first video clip to include the visage of both Mason Disick and Joe Biden, we present this journey through famous men of every age—and we mean every single age. Yes, we begin with Jaime King’s son James Knight Newman, who was born in October of 2013, and we wrap things up with 100-year-old David Rockefeller, the oldest living member of the Rockefeller clan. In between: a range of Beckham offspring, athletes of all stripes, actors, politicians, and more—all represented in illustrations by Lindsay Mound." - Vanity Fair, 2015