The History Of Flat Eric

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sually on Sunday, I play music videos for you all to enjoy but this week I thought we would have a change. Some of our more recent followers may not even know who I am and why I was employed by Davidd to DJ our musical Sundays. You see I was once a pop star, even if only for a short time. I was created Quentin Dupieux better known under his stage name of Mr Oizo. I was based on a dog-like puppet called Stéphane that was similar, but with ears and the hands were fixed. Stéphane appeared in some short films by Mr Oizo (including a music video for the track M-Seq), and had a small cult following in the United Kingdom and France. In March 1999, Levi’s decided to build a television commercial campaign around me, which was directed by Oizo.

A Character That Will Live Forever

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he following article appeared in the Guardian newspaper earlier this year and announced it would uncover my past, my legacy and the reason why I have a triangular nose. It was a supported article – in other words the newspaper was paid to print it as an advertisement for MAA, the Marketing Agencies Association. It describes how it all started