"See bands you’ve never heard of playing alongside international cult heroes. See rising stars and national treasures. Witness wild, late-night cabarets featuring a cast of living wonders performing beneath the hallowed canvas of the Bedouin Club. Experience storytelling from one of the world’s most celebrated radio producers set on the stage of a tiny wooden bar overlooking a forested mountain range. Get lost on the dance floor as the hours grow small and DJs play just the song you wished you could remember. Feast on delicious Tasmanian produce from a crew of local food stalls and drink Tasmanian wine, whisky and ales or try our very own Lone Star Cider pressed and hand bottled on site, just for PANAMA. For three short nights, be amongst just 1400 people to experience an event like no other.
We are PANAMA."
A friend, his love for music and the combined desire of creating something innovative and unique.
This is how the artwork for CNN´s debut EP came to be, blurring the lines between man and machine.
"Welcome to City Number Nine.
This first EP marks the first steps into this city of neon lights, frenzied movement and wishful thinking.
In "At First Sight", electronic ambients drift amidst upbeat rhythms, with arms reaching both the past and the future."
Hazy, understated, energetic.
Much like his own music, the artwork was intended to be singular, easily recognisable and as deeply metaphorical as his songs. In these we showcase an underlying identity and the space Vatsun sets himself in. Stripped of any props, the elements are just light and colour, mixed just right, to create a subtle, silhouette, dense space.
This is the album artwork for Imaterial by Vatsun.
Money. Capital. Currency. We all bow down to it.
But not art. And specially not van Gogh, a remarkable artist who only sold one painting during his lifetime. Look at him now.
Created during a visit to the overcrowded and exploited Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, this short series reflects on the ways we make art available to the public, the pros and cons and what, inevitably, should be respected.
People. More than any landmark, site or sound, people are the identity of a place. This is even more apparent in Japan, the deep wrinkled faces of the elderly contrast with the gadget filled hands of the young.
I've always dreamt of visiting Japan and, after one month, these are the photographs that document the places and people that I've crossed paths with.
What comes from hours on bullet trains? The ideas of Sugimoto floating around your head? An insatiable thirst for photography? The result is a different take on railways. With long exposures, the railways loose all of their detail and gain fluidity, gain dimension and the weight of more information in a single frame. The outlook on reality is defined by the speed on which you´re traveling.
Even the best writers' words would fail when describing Iceland, its harsh, abrupt, wild, untamed and utterly beautiful landscapes - I'm no exception. I'll let my photographs do the talking.
Yasuke-Fuji is a speciality store for the Traditional Japanese jackets known as “HANTEN”.
This type of jacket was originally created about 400 years ago during the Edo period, known as the age of the Samurai. It was mainly worn as a uniform by workers such as firemen, builders, and traders.
This clothing style has gradually disappeared from daily life and is now rarely seen on the street.
Recently, Hanten has been increasingly worn as loungewear or as a costume for festivals.
However, 2016 will see the rebirth of the Hanten as an everyday fashion item.We have modernised the design to make it more fashionable in everyday life.This is the “NIBAN HANTEN” (Hanten 2.0)
The human form has been, for long, my favourite subject. In all its shapes, outlines and details; the beautiful, the ugly, the extraordinary. This is a collection of my favourite people.
My friend Vatsun asked me to create some visuals for his album Mão Esquerda (Left Hand) and this is the final result of our combined efforts.
3D Model, 3D Printing, Silver Paint, Lighting.