mvcrft365 “Nosaj Thing: Home”

Friday, March 22nd, 2013 | Blog, Downloads, Work

As part of my continuing dailies series, here is visual design for Nosaj Thing’s new LP “Home”. I’ve created an image per track with alternates. Additionally, I pulled VDMX into my process this week and created some different video and looks out of my usual C4D, AE or PS. I downloaded in FLAC format which I typically pay little attention too, but now I’m convinced and recommend it! It was great to hear the organic oozy synths and vocals from this nice little collection of electronic music tracks. For those unfamiliar with my dailies series, each week I pick a theme or a piece of media and then spin out an image a day based on that theme. I designed them out of track order but am presenting them as listed in the LP here on the blog. Additionally, I produced a few videos/visuals tests that accompany a few tracks. Finally, N T has made a few track available as streaming, I’ve embedded them here next to the images when available. I of course, highly recommend purchasing the album, or attending a live performance! The source files for these files are available for download at the bottom of the post.

01. Home



02.  Eclipse/Blue feat. Kazu Makino

v.1, house of worship. (true blue is breaking the waves)


v.2, after the fact. (I used to know all the gates of love)



v.3, kinetic. (and all the love were streaming through you)

03. Safe


04. Glue



05. Distance



06. Tell

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07. Snap (with variations)

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08. Prelude



09. Try (feat Toro y Moi)


10. Phase 3


Part 1, The distance.


Part 2. Coming home.


11. Light 3




Email me for the source files. Various formats. Cinema4D, AE, PSD, AI. I don’t own any rights to NOSAJ THING’s music and it is not included in the source files. The usual disclaimer: I’m liberally using google images and intentionally working messy and destructively. These are certainly not production files. I don’t own all of the copyrights to every reference image, but I try and source from Creative Commons and wikipedia when I can. You can use them as an educational resource, but please don’t charge for the source files, redistribute, repackage, or copyright the images in any way.