by Cymbal of Non/Aligned
Paper Sculpture on Vinyl Record
I decided to keep my artwork simple and honest. As kids, my siblings and I didn't have a sitter. My mum loves origami and when she needed time out from all of us, she would actually force me and my siblings to fold origami animals while playing The Carpenters.
When the album was over, we were supposed to have completed one animal. The only animal I never managed to fold was a cat. Therefore, this artwork is a tribute to my mum who loves origami. And strangely while folding the cat, the songs of The Carpenters keeps ringing in my head in a loop.
About The Artist
Reza Hasni is currently working as a Senior Motion Graphic Designer at premier Singapore nightclub, Zouk, combining this with VJing self-created graphic content for Singaporean and international DJs.
He has over nine years of professional experience in illustrating and designing graphics under the moniker CYMBAL.
His self-professed penchant for the collage style of “noisy chaotic textured visuals” is evident in his illustration works and motion graphics. CYMBAL’s reference works include international broadcast programmes such as Discovery Channel USA, National Geographic and MTV (Asia), as well as print work for publications including Rosebud (Austria), Juice (Singapore), Curvy (Australia) and Communallove (New Zealand).
Cymbal likes carrots, sweet wrappers, street-wear, shop fronts, geometry, science, theory, science fiction, cooking shows, the internet - all these things are inescapable, and have a subconscious effect on everything he does.
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