Alan Bolton x hau5trap – Dropping 4/27
Alan Bolton is an Irish mixed media digital artist living in Tenerife, Spain. A multidisciplinary creator, Bolton’s work is not defined by one form of media and includes photography, videography, graphic design, 3D art, augmented reality, digital collage and more. His works are imaginative with a surrealist, abstract feel and a practice is centered around experimentation and evolution.
Past clients include renowned musicians such as Tiësto, Deadmau5, Jay Robinson, and Example.
deadmau5 presents… new label hau5trap A multi-genre platform extensively serving as an authoritative voice for dance music heavyweights such as Skrillex, Feed Me, Chris Lake, REZZ, Getter, i_o, ATTLAS, and more, deadmau5’s prolific mau5trap label boasts home to some of electronic music’s most impressive creatives. Now looking to continue his never-ending endeavor of championing trailblazing and genre-defying talent, deadmau5 debuts a brand new label venture. Announcing hau5trap: a multifaceted home for global electronic pioneers within the house music space. Welcoming back familiar members of the mau5trap horde while simultaneously introducing fresh faces alike, hau5trap is positioned to make itself one of dance music’s most unique labels to date.
“I wanted to create something in my style of 3D art that fits with the Hau5trap vibe. I am heavily inspired by spirituality and the human mind so I wanted to create pieces that play off the theme of “Mind Games” and the power of the human mind yet with a fun creative flow that fits with house music.”
– Alan Bolton
Frazetta Art Museum – Dropping 4/28
Frank Frazetta, often referred to as the “Godfather” of fantasy art is one of the most renowned illustrators of the 20th century. He was one of the pioneers of modern fantasy illustration and created iconic works well before the digital age and the advent of the internet. He has inspired generations of actors, musicians, illustrators, artists, and more.
Frank Frazetta was inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 1995, the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame in 1998, the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1999, the Science Fiction Hall of Fame in 2014, the Album Cover Hall of Fame in 2016, and received the Life Achievement Award from the World Fantasy Convention in 2001. He also received the Chesley Award (1988, 1995, 1997), Hugo Award (1966), and Spectrum Grand Master of Fantastic Art Award (1995).
Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection
The Frank Frazetta legacy lives on. The Frazetta Art Museum has collaborated with Knightsbridge to curate and conceptualize the first ever digital collection of Frank Frazetta artworks. Frazetta’s iconic paintings have been brought to life to preserve Frazetta’s legacy, while shining new perspective on three iconic works: Barbarian, Death Dealer I and Death Dealer III.
Lucas Zanotto – Dropping 4/29
Lucas Zanotto is a designer, animator and director who was born in Italy and is now based in Helsinki, Finland. Zanotto is known for his playful take on design, which uses shape, form and color to instill a youthful sense of delight. His creations are bright and joyful, providing users with a much needed visual break from the complexities of today’s world. Never afraid to experiment with new styles and push the boundaries of his design, Zanotto has partnered with prolific contemporary artists like Kaws, Felipe Pantone, Shantel Martine and Josh Sperling.Zanotto’s artwork has been praised internationally and he has been the recipient of the Apple Design Award, Golden Lion in Cannes, Gold at BDA Promax International, Main Price at ITFS, Best Promotional Animation at Ottawa Animation Festival, YCN Professional Award and more.
Animals is a collection of seamlessly animated loops with a whimsical twist. Shapes and geometry are used to tell the stories of various creatures by capturing their complex characteristics through the simplest of forms. Abstract movements and an extremely minimalist design approach combined with physics and a whole lot of personality to bring to you: Animals.
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