Justin Timberlake: Man of the woods

2400dpi scans of the man who brought sexy back.


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GrandArmy worked closely with Justin Timberlake and his team to create the visual language for his upcoming fifth studio album, Man Of The Woods. MOTW is Timberlake’s most personal album—named after his son, and more closely referencing the sounds of his Tennessee upbringing than any music he’s made to date. Inspired by this story, we ran each image through a truly analog process of printing, tearing, collaging, drawing and scanning of photography shot by Ryan McGinley.

I proposed and implemented the direction of collage; developing a visual language that spoke to the authenticity and passion with which Justin approached MOTW. Via an in-depth process of formal experimentation with printing scale, scanner resolution, and traditional pastiche techniques we achieved a unique grit and texture impossible via purely digital means.


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Art Directon:

Eric Collins, Joey Ellis, Larry Pipitone.

Client:

Justin Timberlake

Creative Team:

Tristan Dubin, Ben Gallegos, Ang Gispert, Michael Stone, Joe Haddad, Lauren King.

Category:

Album Art