It’s Wednesday! It’s photo day!

It’s been a while since I’ve uploaded photos. Which is why there are a lot in this post. These photographs have been taken on 2 different cameras. Some of them where taken during a weekend in Brittany, France. Some where taken just around the corner from the flat where I used to live. Some are just random shots from walking around London. Other photos where taken in a campus and others on a skiing trip. All of this might be a lot,but I guess it is my gift for not being regular when it comes to blogging.

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Behind the cover #001

If I remember, I wrote a post a year ago or so about making music. I have never talked about my work on album covers. To be honest, I’m kind of happy about being a graphic designer, because I get to make my album covers myself and like I want. I’ve always enjoyed illustrated album covers and never really went for it. I’ve always been about very clean, photographic or vector artworks with typefaces until one day.

Wookie_alt

 

Sometime around December 2012 I released an EP under my Tremät Tämert alias. The EP, entitled “Wookie”, was different from what I used to do. I felt good about it because I finally managed to create a sound that I really was into. I think trap and wonky music was getting big at the with the releases of TNGHT, DJ Carnage and Baaeur. With that new sound and a new direction for me, I decided that I was going have a different kind of visual universe. Something a bit more… Weird. Less clean.

I loved that cover for a long time because I had gone away from the geometric based kind of thing that I used to do (all the time)!

Even though I was highly inspired by the producers listed before musically, one cover really inspired me visually.

Carnage-Bang

 

DJ Carnage’s “Bang” by Niv Bavarski.

I’ll probably start posting a bit more posts about my work, even though I already said that previously. I am being seriously serious this time.

Have a sound day!

126 years ago

As a French man, I had to post something about our most famous symbol (if I can call it that, because actually it is a monument): the Eiffel Tower. Today is the 126th anniversary of the beloved metal giant, designed by Alexandre Gustave Eiffel and built for the 1889 Universal Exposition in Paris. Thing is, everyone hated it at the time!

Have a sound day!