Simon Landrein depicts the chain reaction that follows after a woman falls in love with a random man in Coco Banana's Earthquaker music video.
For the video, the London-based illustrator stuck to his signature style and created simple line drawings using Photoshop.
He wasn't provided with a brief so went ahead and created his own story to go alongside the track.
"I wanted to make a story about a woman who's falling in love with a stranger," he told Dezeen. "From that, I wanted to have this chain reaction that ends up in a completely strange situation like the fight scene at the end."
The video begins with a tropical landscape. The woman, who is the main character, then appears in a car alongside a male driver.
The pair spot a naked hitchhiker, which seems to alarm the driver, who then pulls out a gun and points it towards him.
This prompts the woman to dive out of the car, but she crashes into the naked hitchhiker – landing on top of him in a compromising position.
The video then unravels into a giant fight scene, which results in the driver being arrested and taken away by a pleasant-looking police man.
Landrein's video is for a slower remix of Coco Banana's Earthquaker.
"The imagery has a realistic feel but has its own strange twist," he said. "As the whole tune has slowed down, it opens up another perspective to it maybe."
"In that sense I wanted to give my distorted version of it too."