Nike Presents a Dystopian Nightmare

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NikeLab and Acronym present a short by London-based filmmaker Rollo Jackson for the site Dazed, accompanied by the track, "Stompy" by the duo Joy Orbison and Boddika. "Having worked on projects for [band] Hot Chip and cult skate brand Supreme, Jackson's film warps the subcultures of sound and city," explains Anna Cafolla, "paying homage to some of the finest things they have to offer: warehouse raves, urban sport culture and – love it or hate it – hulking, stark architecture. Who said our futures weren't looking bright?"

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