The xx’s I See You album shifts the band’s focus. No longer in need to reconcile with one another, the I See You Tour turns defiantly inward and calls for self-reflection. The result is serenity and reconciliation with oneself.

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By dancing with gravity, the theme of Stargate’s debut single, Waterfall, featuring Sia and P!NK is given physicality. Two indoor skydiving champions perform a choreographed dance within a smoky wind tunnel backlit with neon strobes.

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Louis Kahn’s Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park design breathes modernism, while its location on the island allows for Manhattan to serve as a spectacle in itself.

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For an intimate performance of “Breathing Underwater,” viewers feel as if they have, by some divine inspiration, stumbled upon a church choir at dawn.

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The 2016 VMAs honors Rihanna with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. In rejection of the traditional, singular, long-winded medley performance, the show is split into four unique sections, celebrating the versatility of Rihanna.

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A channel flip through pop culture and history conjures an American dystopia. The world is devilishly simple, comedic and stark, allowing for the immediacy of Kendrick’s lyrics to land.

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Jamie xx’s plexiglass booth, with mirrors and white neon lining, is a spectacle of light and reflection while also serving as a backdrop for Romy and Oliver.

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An ethereal and seductive world is established in three acts as Florence traverses through the elements of Air and Water, building up to the apex of Fire.

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Paradise Lost has been taken into an achromatic society of the future. Viewers stumble upon the last orchestra on a desolate planet, where Woodkid leads the show, serving as an outlet for the hopeful in a dystopian world.

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Directed by Willo Perron, inspiration is drawn from Florence’s relationship to the alchemical symbols of water, air and fire. The film is broken into a three-act sequence, where Florence opens submerged in water, dances with the wind, and ultimately reckons with fire.

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ANTI tour moves through six strikingly different acts. The deliberately smooth transitions inspire a sense of traveling through a stripped down and unearthly future.

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Attention to texture and form highlight West’s precision of color and convert the showroom into a full immersion of Season 3’s palette.

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How Big, How Blue challenges the masculine nature of design and seeks to harness the feminine fluidity that is Florence.

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In pursuit of surreal living, Miguel’s ethos is abstracted into a series of interactive installations finding life in the rooms of the Wildheart Motel.

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For the release of Kanye’s Yeezy Season 2 zine, a series of glowing, oversized photographs by Jackie Nickerson served as the only source of light for the venue located in a dark Manhattan garage.

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A stage reminiscent of a pimp’s den from yesteryear lends a vintage feel and speaks to the sense of intimacy and ease desired for the deliberately small tour.

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A cryptic digital journey into the life of Rihanna. By dramatizing personal memories and drawing upon intimate symbolism, viewers are afforded a chilling and poetic expression of the trajectory of Rihanna’s musical career through each album and the effects of this journey on her own psyche.

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Inspired by the visual language of 1960s counterculture and heavy metal iconography, the album artwork for Miguel’s Wildheart is a sensual, contemporary take on psychedelia and surrealism.

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