Gravity Sleeps is a creative collaboration and media production company. In addition to music videos and narrative film, Gravity Sleeps is well-versed in documentary, interactive, and commercial work. Our work has been featured on NPR, Pitchfork, Esquire, and has screened at the Cannes Film Festival.
Visual storytelling is the tool we use to engage with our world. It is the heir to the communal campﬁre which drew countless generations around its embracing, ﬂickering glow; and we take that tradition a little too seriously.
Just took a break from drawing Scrimshaw and ended up turning the last couple panels into this weird gif (don’t stare in his eyes!)
I am sorry for the lack of posts lately. I’ve been pretty consumed by this job and haven’t had much time to work on my own projects or take on many editorial gigs. After I turn in this last batch of pages the writer’s should start revealing more about this book. I’m really excited to see where this project goes. While the writers have hundreds of pages written and planned out, taking on that many seems way out of my league. We’ll see though. I’ll at least be on for a few issues depending on how they decide to structure it. So far it’s been a hell of a lot of fun working on this so I’m excited to reveal more once we’re ready.
In the Submariner animated painting, each sequence introduces another lens that removes successive layers to reveal the inside of the sub and passing aquatic life. See it at Corey Helford as part of my current show. @coreyhelfordgallery @gravitysleeps
Check out Mike, Beau, and my’s work with Beau’s awesome new painting! Installation is for SALE!
Check out Joan as Policewoman’s new fresh to death video and single from director and comic writer Alex de Campi produced by Wesley/Gravity Sleeps for RSM!
The vid was filmed in NYC at Windmill Studios in Brooklyn with the incredible support of Carrie White, Michael Yetter, and the whole Factory team.
Super proud of the results.
UK’s The Telegraph had this to say in it’s exclusive launch of the video:
"The video, filmed in New York City and directed by Alex de Campi, comprises of a series of surreal TV tableaux with Joan dressed in each technicolour vignette.
The track’s closing scat-rap is by US comedian Reggie Watts, who Wasser describes as “an incredibly inspired musician as well as being a comedic genius.”