15.04.15 by Jeff

Michael Kvium

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Paintings by Danish artist Michael Kvium. More images below.

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15.04.15 by Jeff

Video of the Day: Hot Chip “Need You Now”

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There’s sort of an Eternal Sunshine quality to this video by Shynola for Hot Chip’s latest single “Need You Now”. The band’s frontman Alexis Taylor stars in this mysterious story. Watch the music video below.

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15.04.15 by Zach Tutor

Lou Ros

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Recent paintings by French artist Lou Ros.  More of his work is below.

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14.04.15 by Jeff

Artist Kim Laughton

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Over the past couple years, Kim Laughton has taken club flyers to another level entirely, designing for Sub-Culture Shanghai and forward labels like Fade To Mind. The Shanghai-based net artist has become known for his particular use of original and stock 3D objects to create surreal imagery. When I look at his work I can feel something unlocking in my subconscious. Lots more images below.

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14.04.15 by Jeff

Trippy Video of the Day: Sea Animal-Like Typographic Experiments

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This colourful images above do not do this justice! Feelers is a stunning type and motion  project by Ari Weinkle “typographic experiment based on the movement of animal appendages”. Watch the video below!

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14.04.15 by Jeff

Athens-based Artist Constantine Lianos

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Drawings and paintings by Athens, Greece-based artist Constantine Lianos. More images below.

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14.04.15 by Kory Kingsley

Luca Tombolini

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A selection of landscape photos by Milan based photographer, Luca Tombolini. Luca first discovered large format photography in 2011 when he was studying for his degree in Sciences of Communication. Take a look at more images below.

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13.04.15 by Jeff

Music Video: Florence and the Machine “Ship To Wreck”

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Florence Welsh wrestles with herself, quite literally, in her latest video for “Ship To Wreck”, once again directed by Vincent Haycock. I love it when an artist and a director work together for multiple videos on one album; Welsh and Haycock have really found a great chemistry (see “What Kind of Man” and “St Jude”). Hopefully there’s a video for every song on the album!

Watch Florence and the Machine’s “Ship to Wreck” below.

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