Johnny Cash 2010

Johnny Cash recorded his version of the American Gospel classic Ain't No Grave shortly before his 2003 death. In 2010, Chris Milk created this animated tribute video. Each frame is drawn by a different person. Website visitors can draw their own frames, which are randomly added to the online video -showing how the Man in Black's legacy lives forever.

6.5/104 ratings

Gnarls Barkley 2008

A couple sits at a booth in a diner, while the woman (Aasha Davis) breaks up with her boyfriend (Jorma Taccone). After receiving the plate he requested from the waitress, the man stabs himself in the chest, pulls out his heart, places it on the plate, and gives it to the woman.

6/103 ratings

Gnarls Barkley 2006

When Gnarls Barkley covered the Violent Femmes' Gone Daddy Gone, the duo came out with a new music video to match. The animated story is told from the point of view of a hair louse.

5.33/103 ratings

Kanye West 2004

There were three different music videos created for Jesus Walks. The second, directed by Chris Milk, is the most acclaimed. It uses Biblical iconography and is set in the deep South. West and Milk used them to convey the message that no matter what, God is with you.

8.33/103 ratings