A few weeks ago I discovered this surreal 10th anniversary music video for independent French label Record Makers. I found the piece oddly inspiring – let’s just say it got my wheels spinning in all kinds of ways.
One of my favorite aspects of the video was the theme of transformation from the inside out. It’s a message that is simple and pallatable. But, oddly, it’s not one we often find so literally translated in art or in music. That’s why I was pleased to discover Alberto Seveso this morning.
Based in Rome, Seveso specializes in photography and digital illustration. His work is highly original, and, interestingly, it bears a resemblance to the playfully evocative Record Makers video of which I am so fond.
A self-proclaimed Photoshop addict, Seveso draws his inspiration from artists like Dave Mckean and Alessander Bavari. He has quite an extensive portfolio on the Behance Network that is well worth a look. Do yourself a favor and check it out.