Damon Albarn’s Cranial Scan Music Video for Everyday Robots

Damon Albarn, the man behind Gorillaz and Blur is releasing his first solo album titled, Everyday Robots. The entire creative direction for the album is in the hands of the superbly talented London menswear designer Aitor Throup, who also happens to be completely fascinated with anatomy (check out his famous minimalistic Skull Bags). Aitor used CGI software and real cranial scans of Damon to deconstruct and reconstruct a digital portrait that looks like a stone sculpture.

Everyday Robots features Brian Eno, Bat For Lashes, and Richard Russell. Sounds and looks like one not to miss!

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1 thought on “Damon Albarn’s Cranial Scan Music Video for Everyday Robots”

  1. “real cranial scans of Damon”

    that skull is actually a model you can download from a popular 3d scan website (i have the exact same skull). so how he can possibly “reconstruct” his head from someone elses skull.

    the end result head is obviously a real 3d scan of his head or a sculpture that was already done separately and then animated to seem like it was made starting from just a skull.

    do you really think anyone is that good? 😛

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