German photographer Patrick Hübschmann captures the unearthly feel of frozen trees in Winter in his series, Frost. The collection captures the moody feel of a dusky, frozen landscape. The half light and lacy effects of the delicate, icy branches lend to the feel of the supernatural. If I had to pick a mythological place for […]
Lars Henkel has received awards and recognition from around the world for his vintage inspired ink and digital illustrations with a ghostly and ethereal look. Each illustration seems to be a glimpse through the fog or a clue to a mysterious past. This mysterious quality keeps me coming back for more, hoping to find the answers, but knowing the mystery is the answer itself.
Northern Californian Rogelio Manzo’s translucent images see through the people he creates. Brushstrokes show ghostly movement while the paint simultaneously disfigures the images. Each layer, like years in time, leaves an indelible mark on the visage of that persona. This layering and slow, meaty disintegration, speaks to a commonality of humankind. The images are futuristic yet past tense and conjure a modern day Dorian Gray. We are given a glimpse of the future. In it, an undeniable beauty of the decay.
I just love Justin Lee Williams’s beautiful, ghostly watercolours. Check out his Attachments series on his website, a project in which he paints people he has met, from memory.
Ghostly is a design-based music and art brand that works with artists we love, regardless of genre or medium. I had the great pleasure of interviewing our collaborator Michael Cina on our site. Cina talks about his inspiration, in particular the fearlessness an artist must face when staring into the face of uncertainty.
Our favourite electro label, Ghostly International, commemorated 100 releases for both the Ghostly and Spectral labels this year by reviving this 2009 mix for Self-Titled magazine. GhostlyCast #38: Michna/SV4 – Seeing Colors: Ghostly Influences by ghostly
A year after the release of Osborne’s self-titled album on Spectral Sound, the music still sounds fresh. No wonder then that it spawned a suite of awesome remixes. We have two copies of Osborne: The Ghostly Remixes to giveaway. Just leave a message with the name of the city you live in.
Our friends over at Ghostly, who consistently dig up the glitchiest, choicest electronica, have just released a brilliant new music discovery iPhone app which is available for download through their website. This thing is smoking hot, packed with new music and beautifully designed. You can also create Playlists through it and share tracks with your […]
This sure is some creepy street art! Painted in a ward of an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy, these ghostly shadows bleed away from derelict wheel chairs and through cracking doorways. Created by street artist Herbert Baglione, there was obviously no shortage of creepiness before he arrived to create these paintings.
There’s nothing better than a scary commercial and this one straight from Japan is making the rounds…and scaring people like never before. So much so that the commercial comes with an advisory warning before screening, asking viewers to refrain from viewing if they have any mental or health concerns, or those that may see a […]
Architect Jose Davila’s new book There But Not reduces 100 iconic landmarks to their negative space. Since 2008 this Mexican architect has had a passion for photographing famous buildings, but he goes one step further with his art and cuts out the landmarks to leave ‘ghostly white silhouettes’ behind.
Techtomeat, a geological exploration into the texture and form of flesh, is a collaboration between geologist Clement Fay, photographer Raul Posse and musician Dylan Howells. Part of the Incubator series, curated by Michelle Hall for Artspaced Inc. and funded by RADF in Townsvile QLD; Techtomeat works across existing boundries by blending the shape, texture, colour […]
South London electro-pop band, The Chap, are unique and inventive. They are signed to Ghostly International, which issued their album Mega Breakfast in the US in July 2008 as their first official American release. These are the songs that have inspired them over the years.
‘I know it’s electronic music’, Brian Lindgren says, ‘but sometimes I feel like an old-timey traveling musician with an M-Audio Trigger Finger instead of a guitar’. As Mux Mool, Lindgren has been criss-crossing the country by himself for years, collecting records, loops, and samples, and rocking parties in towns both large and boondock-small. [from Ghostly]
Meg Cowell’s haunting dresses rise from the blackened void, revealing their ghostly feminine visage. Expanding on her previous series of photographic works which featured dark and sensuous interpretations of found women’s lingerie, Cowell’s latest series captures elaborate period dresses in their lavish glory.