Aerial is a new work created by Paris-based artist, Baptiste Debombourg. At an old Benedictine monastery called Brauweiler Abbey, near Cologne, Germany, Debombourg used sheets of shattered laminate glass to create an imaginary flood which crashes into the room in a magnificent explosion of beauty. Trippy, to say the least. Magnificent, in sum.
Massachusetts photographer Alex MacLean comes from an architectural background and holds a pilots license. Which explains his amazing eye for these birds-eye view images that seem to frame aerial landscapes as orderly patterns.
Lunar Dusk, a dark, alternative, industrial rock act, was formed in London in 2009 by guitarist Aerial. The principal aspiration is to use music as a creative platform to highlight awareness and stimulate positive change. The music subsequently maintains an attitude spawned through negative views on global issues such as the state of the world, […]