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Many Faces

Children of musicians, makers of bangers, brothers Guy & Howard Lawrence a.k.a. Disclosure. Over the course of the last decade, brothers Guy & Howard Lawrence have honed their craft as producers, musicians & songwriters, headlined countless festivals & iconic venues all over the world, as well as earning a grammy nomination for every album they have ever made. They are largely credited to have been one of the main forces driving House & UK Garage music back into the public consciousness in the 2010s. Collaboration has always been a huge part of Disclosure’s musical path & they are bringing that same philosophy to the visual art world. Grif is a multidisciplinary visual artist and director, whose work spans the spectrum of sculpture, fine art, and moving image. A renowned figure in the design world, Grif's works have been exhibited globally. From his most recent work on Wiz Khalifa's 'Millions' video, to collaborations with Kanye West, Givenchy, Nike, Apple, Adidas, Grif's work always strives to blend the world of physical and digital art. Winner of PRINT magazines New Visual Artist award in 2015, and ADC Young Guns in 2012. His studio and art practice is located in New York City. A pioneer in the digital art world, Justin Maller has been creating work at the juncture of avant garde and pop culture since the turn of the century. Maller has had a celebrated career pushing the boundaries of the digital medium as an independent artist. Since founding seminal art collective Depthcore in 2002, he has created work for clients including Nike, Gatorade, The Grammys, Dolby, LG, Jordan and Under Armour. Building on this success, Maller’s groundbreaking, year-long project ‘Facets’ forged an iconic brand cemented in his trademark geometric approach. This style has had a visible and lasting influence on visual art practice around the world. This auction is helping to raise money for organisations working on reforestation, empowering women & rebuilding ecosystems, such as our partners @JustDigIt who are doing fantastic work. We went to Kenya last year to see it in action & it was truly incredible. Although he originally studied and honed his skills in more traditional mediums of art and design, over the last 4 years Jordan Harrison (jhgfx) had began to fall into the world of 3D design. Teaching himself how to model, texture and illuminate scenes he starting to create more complex 3D artwork and branch out into motion design. His work is heavily influenced by music, usually taking a single scrap or detail from a project or body of work and creating an entire piece around in. 'The iconic Disclosure face was a perfect illustration to bring into the 3D world. Throughout it's history, usually plastered onto the faces of numerous collaborators, I wanted to add another dimension to the band’s decade old ideogram. Experimenting with perspective and dragging the face into different dimensions in 3D space.' The holder of each auction piece will gain free entry for yourself + 2 guests to all Disclosure shows WORLDWIDE! (Not including festivals).

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