The White Stripes
Much of The White Stripes music and style is based on the Neoplastic Dutch Art movement that expresses minimalist order by using only primary colors. The Dutch word for the movement is 'De Dtill' which is also the name of the White Stripes second album. It is said that Jack White picked up on this style while studing fine arts at a Detroit college and while working as an upholsterer whose tools, van and uniform were white, black and yellow. All of The White Stripes' album covers and instruments are red, black, and white, including Jack's red and white guitar and Meg's peppermint striped drumheads.
Michel Gondry, the oft-declared 'greatest video director of all time,' shows what's running through Jack White's mind as he enters back into the house he and Meg once shared together. Can't blame her for leaving after seeing the mess Jack's friends made.