Paintings by John Reuss

John Reuss wurde 1973 in Deutschland geboren, lebt und arbeitet aber aktuell in Dänemark. Der Künstler, dessen Arbeiten von einem Nebeneinander von Gegensätzen auf mehreren Ebenen geprägt sind, stammt aus einem professionellen Hintergrund aus den Bereichen Grafik Layout & Design, Marketing und Kommunikation, mit einem Abschluss in Informatik der Universität Aalborg.

// Paintings © John Reuss /// ☇ Art Prints Available /// via //

Picture Of A Tree That Doesn’t Look Okay

Directed & Edited by Geoff Hoskinson.

The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die “Picture of a Tree That Doesn’t Look Okay” Taken from the Album “Whenever, If Ever“.

More Illustration Works by Simón Prades

Vor einigen Monaten, im Februar dieses Jahres, hatte ich hier schon einmal die wunderbaren Arbeiten des in Saarbrücken lebenden Simón Prades vorgestellt. Nun hat er neue Illustrationen auf seiner Behance-Galerie veröffentlicht, die mir alle sehr gut gefallen. Der Künstler liebt es mit analogen Medien zu arbeiten, vor allem mit Tinte, Bleistift und Aquarell, ohne dabei den Computer als Werkzeug zu vergessen um seine Arbeiten zu vervollständigen. In den vergangenen Jahren hat er für zahlreiche prominente Zeitungen, Magazine und Firmen gearbeitet.

// Illustrations © Simón Prades //

Woulg :: Ghost EP

WoulgGhost” // Outlier Recordings // Released 21 June 2013 // Artwork by Greg Doble.

“Ghost is sort of a remix album. The process was to create a song and then remix it, and then remix the remix, and then remix that remix.. etc. Each song is the final stage of numerous sequential remixes that don’t appear on the album. I used a lot of reverbs, delays, and tape saturation to obscure sounds as they travelled forwards through the numerous iterations. This process is meant to imitate the way memories erode over time and the name alludes to the traces of past versions that can be heard in the final version.” – Woulg.

Valgeir Sigurðsson :: Between Monuments

“Between Monuments” by Valgeir Sigurðsson taken from the album “Architecture Of Loss“.

Video directed by Thomas Pons.
Additional Animation: Julie Stephen Chheng // Natalianne Boucher // Sarah Escamilla.

Vial of Sound :: A Lifetime Passed

A music video directed & animated by Ori Toor for Vial of Sound (VOS) for “A Lifetime Passed” from their “Substance Organique Volatile” EP.

“The Blue Whale” Art Print by Jeff Soto

PangeaSeed • “Sea of Change: The Year of Living Dangerously”.

• Print by Jeff Soto: 24″ x 18″ Fine Art Giclée Print. Signed & Numbered Ed. of 50. Costs $100.
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// Illustration © Jeff Soto /// ☇ Art Print Available @ PangeaSeed /// via //

Small Feet :: Rivers

Directed & edited by Oskar Wrangö.

Video for the song “Rivers” by Small Feet from the Debut EP “Liar Behind The Sun“.

In/between by Hyuro

Argentinian street artist Hyuro visited Copenhagen in May 2013 to do a piece on a 271 metre long wall. The piece is called “In/between” and exploits the entire length of the long wall.

Hyuro was selected in a competition held by the creative community ArtRebels in cooperation with the Municipality of Copenhagen. Proposals were submitted from all over the world from South America, US, Europe, Russia and Asia. But in the end the jury decided on Hyuro and her proposal ”In / between” as the winner.

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Black Day To Freedom

A Film by Rob Chiu // Illustration by Steve Chiu.

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