We’re overexposed to images, text, video and audio. We’re sons of the binary code, beings controlled by machines, digital natives. Nowadays it’s difficult to stand out because there’s so much to watch that, in the end, you don’t remember what you’ve seen and what you haven’t seen. It’s hard times for fame, but sweet ones for creation; we take in hundreds of inputs and tools that let us expand our creativity and develop it freely.
Maybe this is Mau Morgó‘s case; maybe he’s just taken advantage quickly of this fact, while us others are just complaining about how “everything is already done”. Mau is a Graphic Designer by Eina and a visual artist from head to toe. He’s pure movement, diffuse but clear. Lately we’ve seen him in lots of conferences, talks, awards and arts and music festivals, ’cause he a genius of all that’s multimedia and the visual arts.
Morgó gives his pieces a dark and mysterious appearance that always leaves us in an awe. He’s worked for several international projects and has directed music videos for bands such as Cut Copy or Spoon. He’s definitely one of those artists that deserves both the gift of creation and the fame.
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