Norwegian music artist Chris Lee looked to Christian Bielke and Martin Stousland for some visual art direction for his latest album love ghost. He Released his debut album “Worry No” 2 year ago. Since then, he has grown as an artist, experimenting with different music styles and his own vocal. The album is described as a futuristic and commercial pop album. The title of his latest piece became the concept that underpinned the whole concept for the artwork of the album, they took the idea of a ghost and pictured what a stereotypical image of one would be. From this base ideal they went about capturing a clean and white character for the front of the piece, keeping a minimalistic concept meant the detailing of face was brought out well, and it leads for quite a striking image. I really like how the pair of them have captured the finer details of the face on this project, and the use of the eye for the disk is a great touch. Represented by multi-disciplinary design agency Anti design professionally the pair have worked together on various projects, you can find many more pieces like this one below on the site – linked below.
Graphic design: Christian Bielke & Martin Stousland Art direction: Christian Bielke & Martin Stousland Photo: PÃƒÂ¥l Laukli Styling: Trude Mokkelbost
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