If you’re a visual type of person with a sensitive eye, this might catch your attention.
French visual artist and director, Quentin Deronzier, who is currently located in Tokyo, Japan, has been developing over the years a unique taste for electric color palettes. His background is in advertising, but business and marketing didn’t stop him from pursuing an artistic career. Today, he works almost exclusively on music-related projects, and has cooperated with big labels such as Universal, ULTRA, Sony Music and Interscope, and artists like Petit Biscuit, Ekali, Arkadin, Gryffin and many others.
He is a founder of WOVE studio, and best known for his surrealist and colorful album artworks and music videos. His work is a mix of conceptual messages, vibrant colors, and iridescent textures, and that’s what leaves the impression of a cozy mysteriousness and maybe some melancholy.
On Instagram, he is being followed by 28.1k people who admire his work and leave very enthusiastic comments on his photos. Many of his fans have printed and framed his works and proudly include them in their home decoration.
Below you can find some of his work, specifically the pictures from the ONLINE/OFFLINE series, each being consisted out of three magnificently redesigned photos.