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You have probably seen his work before. It could have been on Holden’s The Inheritors, on a few other Border Community records, or while queuing for the toilet at a Hydra party with nothing to do but to stare at posters. Jack Featherstone is a designer and an artist whose practice mostly focuses on designing for music.
He is fully independent, and operates from a studio he shares with three friends. There is something about his practice that is easy to relate to for any struggling creative – it involves a lot of compromises and is all about finding the right balance between work that you love doing and work that pays.
To design for sound means to connect two entirely different things, to translate the ear for the eye. It is not easy and there is something really impure about it when not done right.
Last year, Featherstone completed his biggest work yet. He was approached by Border Community, who he has been working with for over 4 years now, to art direct James Holden’s The Inheritors.
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