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Partizan sign Aitor Throup
Artist, designer and creative director Aitor Throup has signed to Partizan for worldwide representation for music videos and other projects.
The Argentinian-born creative joins Partizan in the wake of the release of his striking music video for Damon Albarn's Everyday Robots (above) – a digital portrait of Albarn that uses CGI software to show actual cranial scans and facial reconstruction techniques – which is part of his work as creative director of the musician's first solo album.
He is perhaps best known as a clothing designer, globally acclaimed for his highly innovative and ergonomic menswear line. His other music projects including working with Kasabian on the visual campaign for their 2011 album Velociraptor!
As creative director for Albarn’s solo album ‘Everyday Robots’, he has overseen his own 'visual system', directing most of the videos and visuals for the project.
• Watch the Aitor Throup showreel here
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