Mads Damsgaard Kristiansen and Esben Valløe, the guys of Danish duo Reptile Youth, asked ten different directors to produce music videos for each of the ten songs on their début album "Reptile Youth" which was released some months ago. In contrast to "Be my Yoko Ono", which premiered in December 2012 (here on Morphosis), the new video reflects yet another approach to interpret a Reptile Youth song. While it deals with anger, frustration, uprise and rebellion, the video transforms the track's vibe into a sensitive portrait of a young man in a crisis. Madrid-based photographer / videographer Diana Kunst invited up-and-coming Brit model Cosmo MacDonald for this impressive piece. Diana Kunst is a much in-demand visual artist and shot a number of heavy weight fashion commercials, "but it's in her personal work where she lets her immense talents really run wild with a series of quietly confrontational works which will get under your skin", as Rob Alderson wrote on It's Nice That. "She is brilliant at creating a certain kind of atmosphere, a visual discombobulation. There's a seam of sexuality running throughout but it's rarely a straightforward kind (is sexuality ever straightforward ?) with slightly dark, slightly twisted overtones at play and you often feel plunged into a narrative you're forced to try and work out". Now enjoy "A flash in the forest" !