I few nights ago, I got to go see Jacob Collier, who I was introduced to by Sean. If you’ve never heard of him or heard his music, he’s an absolute genius who is able to play pop, jazz, classical, you name it, and his fans include Quincy Jones, Herbie Hancock, and Hans Zimmer. In this episode, we’re talking about not just Jacob and his music, but some of the things we can take from him and apply to our own art making. Plus, as we teased in the last episode, we’re talking about some of our favorite album cover art.
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Jacob Collier | Home
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Jacob Collier’s Harmonizer
The Room Where it Happens
Hugh Syme Studio
Storm Studios Design
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Cey Adams | Visual Artist
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