New Object Research - The Aitor Throup Thread

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  1. Ivwri

    Ivwri Senior member

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    Just saw this interview posted on the Aitor Throup Studio Facebook page and thought I would share.

    A lot of previously covered material, but he does go a little bit more into detail on his process which I found pretty cool...and some football.


    http://www.kulbritania.com/en/news/691-aitor-throup-the-portrait-of-an-artist-interview-part-1


    Part 1


    Part 2 is here.
     
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  2. Ivwri

    Ivwri Senior member

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    NOWNESS relaunched with a very cool video featuring Aitor casting Noomi Rapace for one of his mesh sculptures. Very insightful look into the process and another facet of the New Object Research design philosophy.

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    Full video and article here - https://www.nowness.com/story/noomi-rapace-by-aitor-throup


    @Kiet Tran
     
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  3. Ivwri

    Ivwri Senior member

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    And it looks like the collaboration between Aitor Throup and Flying Lotus continued!

    AT designed and produced a modular skull mask for FlyLo's "You're Dead" tour and it came out pretty cool I think.


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    Full interview here

    Looking forward to seeing the suit he designs for Flying Lotus as well.

    I am still saving up pennies so I can commission AT Studio to make something for me :slayer:.
     
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    The skull (sans fringe) looks a bit like a fighter-pilot face mask in a cool way.

    But the performance-specific eye lighting doesn't seem particularly fresh, umpteen years after Daft Punk and Deadmaus.
     
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