It's not very often one of the biggest rock groups in the US rings up and asks us if we'd like to fly to their home town - in this case Bakersfield, California - to create a massive crop circle for them to perform a secret gig in... but that's exactly what happened last month, when Korn gave us a call!
Circlemakers John Lundberg, Wil Russell, Rob Irving and Mark Barnes flew to California to create the Korn crop circle. The formation was created in two stages over two days in mature wheat. It measured a whopping 700ft long by 230ft wide. Heat stroke was an ever-present possibility as the temperature soared to 120 degrees.
Above: Jonathan the lead singer was keen to have a go at swirling a circle so we took him off to create a simple circle. He's pictured using one of our stalk stompers. After the circle was completed we presented Jonathan with the stomper as a souvernier. Jonathan later asked all of us to sign the stomper for him.
Above: Some of the numerous diagrams used to create the crop circle.
Above: Director Russell in the HD Net truck.
Below: Here are some stills from the resulting concert Korn: The Encounter
You can now view the entire Korn: The Encounter concert that we collaborated on at the bands myspace page: KORN LIVE: THE ENCOUNTER
Photos: John Lundberg, Alex Castino, Prospect Park and Rob Irving. Video: HDNet, John Lundberg