Marcus Byrne Contributor

Marcus Byrne

Marcus is a multidisciplinary graphic designer based in Melbourne. He specialises in Photoshop Retouching and 3D Type. Discovering new music, technology, art and odd things makes him tick. In his spare time he works on independent projects including travel and portrait photography, album covers, music videos and writing Photoshop tutorials for international magazines. See his work here: http://www.behance.net/mobdesign

  • 8 Articles Written
  • 0 Comments left

Illustrated music video for The Dead Pirates song, Wood

Marcus Byrne Contributor

By Marcus Byrne in New Music on Thursday 3 October 2013

I discovered The Dead Pirates a few years ago and have been a fan ever since. Check out their music video for country/rock inspired track, Wood. The animation is outstanding and the black and white illustrations are created by French illustrator and band guitarist, Matthieu Bessudo (Mcbess). The pen and ink style has an old […]

Read more

Amazing guitar video: Preston Reed performing at TED

Marcus Byrne Contributor

By Marcus Byrne in New Music on Tuesday 1 October 2013

Preston Reed, the legendary percussive guitarist who has influenced the likes of Kaki King, Andy McKee and the most watched guitarist from South Korea on YouTube, the young Sungha Jung, was invited to TED last year, where he performed. Reed invented this unique style where he uses his fingers, thumbs, fists and hands, which sounds […]

Read more

Light streaks turned into a font by Marcus Byrne

Marcus Byrne Contributor

By Marcus Byrne in New Design on Monday 30 September 2013

I recently completed a project combining my love of typography and my fascination with 3D printing. The experiment was a project that turned hand waving gestures into a 3D object. It started as a simple idea to make one light streak character into a 3D object, then I decided to take it further and develop a full working font suite to give away free.

Read more (1 comment)

Memoria: Minimalistic electronic music by Murcof

Marcus Byrne Contributor

By Marcus Byrne in New Music on Saturday 28 September 2013

Murcof (aka Fernando Corona) had been around for some time in various electronic multimedia groups before emerging with his own debut album, Martes, in 2002. He’s signed to UK label Leaf, home of Four Tet, Susumu Yokota and Caribou, among others. I was lucky enough to meet him in a town called Sligo on the […]

Read more

Grandmas Rock: a photo portrait series by Jay Hynes

Marcus Byrne Contributor

By Marcus Byrne in New Photography on Friday 27 September 2013

Jay Hynes is a Melbourne-based photographer who specialises in advertising, portrait and music photography. His latest series, Grandmas Rock, is brilliant. The classic black rock band shirts that we associate with that rebel within us are worn by unassuming grandmas as they go about their business drinking tea and making beds in their own homes. […]

Read more

Wood: animated music video by The Dead Pirates

Marcus Byrne Contributor

By Marcus Byrne in Video on Wednesday 4 September 2013

I discovered this band a few years ago and have been a fan ever since. Check out their music video for their inspired track Wood. The animation is outstanding and the black and white illustrations are created by French illustrator and band guitarist, Matthieu Bessudo (Mcbess). The pen and ink style has an old cartoon […]

Read more

New music by electronic artist Murcof

Marcus Byrne Contributor

By Marcus Byrne in New Music on Friday 30 August 2013

Murcof (aka Fernando Corona) had been around for quite some time in various electronic multimedia groups before emerging with his own debut album, Martes, in 2002. He’s signed to UK label Leaf, home of Four Tet, Susumu Yokota and Caribou, among others. I was lucky enough to meet him in a town called Sligo on […]

Read more

The Crazy House in Dalat, Vietnam

Marcus Byrne Contributor

By Marcus Byrne in Video on Friday 30 August 2013

The official name is Hang Nga Guesthouse and Gallery located in Dalat. The city is 1,500m above sea level on the Langbiang Plateau in the southern part of the Central Highlands. An architectural dream, which literally bends all the rules, there is not a straight wall in sight – very refreshing. Over five stories high, […]

Read more

close

Like us on Facebook

Don't show this again - I already like Lost At E Minor