Spanish videomaker Cimadevilla Fermin (aka Nomeno) directed the clip of Chulius & The Filarmónicos and his title “Don’t” where we see a succession of shots focused on stills of a woman’s body parts in an pop approach, sensual and vintage at once. We can find English actress Kimberley Tell in this creation which gives a real work on graphic and geometrical forms.
The end of this year is coming really fast and we have seen passing tons and tons of beautiful visuals and albums since January. To conclude 2014 in beauty and music, we have decided to compile for you the most inspiring and graphic albums’ covers. From FKA Twigs to Chet Faker, through Banks and Little Dragon.
After the final of Tv show Homeland’s season 2, American graphic design studio Mattson Creative has decided to pay tribute to Carrie Mathison and Sergent Brody by making 12 vinyls’ covers inspired by a jazzy design. A series that takes the classic codes and updates them through modern culture’s references, to discover.
Iconoclast and Megaforce have produced and directed the new clip of Brodinski for his title “Can’t Help Myself”. With a gloomy and anxious atmosphere, the video shows the rejuvenation of an old man who implodes in a black and liquid ball. The loop is closed in frenetic runnings and perpetual return trips in a tunnel.
Here is the crazy clip of the artist Nigel Stanford. Based on the visualization of audio frequencies, the single image Cymatics, from his album Echoes Solar, has been put in images. Sand, water or electrically interact with the vibrations generated by the instruments, and in turn recreate beautiful patterns. To discover.
“The Beautiful Ones” is a song written by the band Monarchy that the two directors Maud Regnault and Thomas Blanchard have imaged. The music video tells the story of a couple who needs to escape from a dreamy world, illustrated by abstract, surrealistic and over print stills. A very aesthetic video to watch.
Based in the UK, Dorothy design studio has created with Tracy Worrall a series of posters dedicated to rock’n'roll classics songs. For that, the studio made Rock’n'roll Zoo, a series of 77 illustrations referring to animals song’s titles. To discover, Eye Of The Tiger by Survivor and Diamond Dogs by David Bowie.
The video of Tribe, one of the tracks of Theophilus London released at the end of summer, has been unveiled on the web. While the song does not appear on the album produced by Kanye West, it features the Trinidadian artist amidst a ballet of beautiful women, magnified by the talent of director Tim Nackashi.
Yoann Lemoine just released the new music video of Black Atlass for his title “Jewels”, made of gold, masks and 3D effects. We see the singer and different women’s faces drowned into liquids and an abstract and psychedelic imagery, playing with symmetry and reflections. A production Iconoclast, to watch.