Hi.

The name, "Ninu Nina" stems from the alien language spoken by Robin Williams in "Mork & Mindy" ( a popular 1970's comedy show).

Creating Cover Art & Design for Music, Pilar Zeta

"You can do magic, You can have anything that you desire" It only took one listen to  that magical song, for it to resonate with her forever.   Pilar Zeta, moved to Miami  at 19 from Buenos Aires, and began her career as a graphic designer taking inspiration from her environment. Although she worked at many of Miami's top agencies, her passion was always to create original design and art work for the music industry. She started Madniac where she created designs for some of the best electronic music labels around the globe ranging from album artwork to designs for events.  More recently she moved to Europe where she founded the RADGENCY and has continued to push the boundaries on modern design.

RADGENCY brings together people from all over the world who want  to create Really Awesome Designs, producers of high qualitive creative solutions devoted to the underground and contemporary arts.

Inspirations or greatest influences?

Growing up, I used to collect a lot of rock albums not only for the music but also for the cover art . There was a British design group from the 70's called Hypgnosis that made cover art for  Pink Floyd, Alan Parson Project, Deep Purple, The Who...etc. Their designs were simply the best and were in perfect sync with the music, I just couldn't get enough!

As far of inspirations the universe is definitely my biggest one, from where I can borrow ideas and convert it in something real. Ahh! and also Star Wars.

What would be a dream project for you?

Every dream I've  had so far has became a project. But I also dream on collaborating with a comic artist or doing something for Star Wars.

Favorite artists?

  • Otto Dix,
  • Peter Saville,
  • Jamie Hewlett...

Favorite websites?

Favorite music/dj's?

I listen a lot of downtempo and ambient music. Brian Eno is one of my favorites. Also I listen a lot of Yacht Rock. And as far as dj's my favorite are Dixon and Violett.

Anything else?

The truth is out there.

Anu by Anita Ben

Tuvanam's Princesses of Ani