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Nu Visual Language is an innovative project designed to create visuals based on various songs and lyrics. Tracks have been chosen, the collaborators picked, our aim is to create a visual mixtape, a set of alternative artwork to accompany the music, the lyrics and the mood. Please check back soon for the updates, limited edition prints and exhibition details... Enjoy ... Radim Malinic

Project created by Brand Nu | www.brandnu.co.uk | Online presence developed by Scott Pollard & Brand Nu Media | www.designjump.co.uk | www.brandnumedia.co.uk

08.06. 2008
Many thanks to 4000 of you who've visited the gallery show over the last weeks, everyone who came to the private view and supported this project. All the works and songs can be heard/seen at the The Artworks section on this website.

The show will travel to London and other UK cities during the Summer / Autumn 2008. Stay tuned.

Images from the private view sighted here

04.04. 2008

Another news we're pleased to announce. Southampton based company Indigo Press are handling all the exhibiton printing. See them at www.indigo-press.com

01.03. 2008

We are very pleased to announce DV8 magazine has become a proud sponsor of this years exhibition at Bargate Gallery.

If you wish to attend the opening night and meet people behind the project, visuals artists and some of the music artists involved, drop a line to info@nuvusiallanguage.co.uk with your guestlist details.

All of the artwork will be officially published here a week after official gallery opening on 14th May 2008.

21.01. 2008

The Nu Visual Language will open to public on 7th May til 15th June 2008. Private view is 6th of May.


18.10. 2007

Welcome at eagerly anticipated Nu Visual Launguage website. Browse these pages to learn the insight about this unique project which crosses art with illustration, grahic design and mainly music.

All of the images showcase within these pages are showcase snippets from NVL artist or project related images. Exhibition will take place in prestigious Monument Bargate Gallery in Southampton.

Each printed piece will be displayed along with a set of headphones playing the original track looped so anyone viewing the artwork can have a direct aural and visual experience.

Exhibition dates will be published soon.

 





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