You’ve seen a movie trailer about sharks in a swimming pool. Now, check out an actual music video about the same irrational childhood fear.
Inspired by the aesthetic of A-Ha’s Take On Me music video, Danish musician Line Bøgh has given her own music vid the same animated treatment – and more.
Oslo-based animator and illustrator Steph Hope has directed a music video that looks more like an acid trip that an actual music video.
Canon Australia, in collaboration with photographer Joshua Smith, has unveiled a photo series showing us the beauty (and destruction) of the Great Barrier Reef from up in the air.
Australian artist Andrew Yee is a modern-day Renaissance man. The dude illustrates, raps, creates video content, and heck, he even puts out wrestling podcasts.
Whether he is sketching by hand or designing graphics digitally, Dale Bigeni is passionate about creating art.
Holly Throsby, the artistic genius behind five solo albums, collaborative project Seeker, Lover, Keeper, a children’s album of original music, and a novel, Goodwill, stopped by our Sydney office for … Read more
Sydney artist Gerald Leung (aka Brackmetal) came into the Lost At E Minor offices to show off his talent and chat about all things life and art. Here’s a timelapse … Read more
Sydney-based illustrator, Jeremy Lord, stopped by the Lost At E Minor office recently to do a live drawing and interview with us about his work. Lord studied Graphic Design at … Read more
Kowloon-born, Sydney-based artist Stellar Leuna is definitely no Lisa Frank. Her interest isn’t in rainbows or unicorns, but rather, witches and occult symbolism.