SELECTED WORK OF DIGITAL ARTIST PER GUSTAFSSON- EST 1996
Oh Hiroshima are a post-rock band originally from Kristinehamn, Sweden formed around 2007 by Leif Eliasson and Jakob Hemström, who were later joined by Simon Axelsson and Hemström's younger brother Oskar Nilsson. The band is noted for its subdued electronic instrumentation, abstract guitar texturing, and use of vocal soundscapes. -Wikipedia
Alexander Bard & Jan Söderqvist
Alexander Bard is a philosopher and futurologist based in Stockholm, Sweden.Bard is a radical process philosopher, merging Hegel and Nietzsche with Whitehead and Deleuze, using human beings as the constant and technological disruption as the variable while working toward the deepest possible understanding of human history, contemporary society and the intensely technology-driven future that humanity is facing.
Jan Söderqvist is an author, lecturer, writer and consultant, and among other things also working as a literary and film critic for the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet.
PROCESS AND EVENT
Third book of the second triology is coming 2023.
DIGITAL LIBIDO: SEX, POWER AND VIOLENCE IN THE NETWORK SOCIETY
A book that dares to describe individualism as a religion and paint a reality that is primarily virtual, rather than physical. The second book of the second triology by Bard & Söderqvist. -Wikipedia
SYNTHEISM - CREATING GOD IN THE INTERNET AGE
A book that dares to describe individualism as a religion and paint a reality that is primarily virtual, rather than physical. The first book of the second triology by Bard & Söderqvist. -Wikipedia
Cult of luna
Cult of Luna is a Swedish post-metal band from Umeå founded in 1998. They are known for post-metal music similar to the contemporary bands Neurosis and Isis. The band was signed to Earache Records in the early 2000s and released five albums, including the commercially successful albums Salvation (2004).
Salvation is the third studio album by Swedish post-metal band Cult of Luna, released on Earache Records in 2004. Salvation was critically acclaimed upon its release, with Metal Hammer awarding it 10/10, the first album to receive the accolade since Metallica's Black Album. -Wikipedia
The Beyond is the second studio album by Swedish post-metal band Cult of Luna, released in 2003. The subject matter is dissent with authorities, similar in some ways to contemporaries Isis' Panopticon. This album sees the rawness of the self-titled debut channeled into a cleaner sounding and more crisply produced sound. - Wikipedia
Nervous City Nervous Self (David Josephson) brings classic swagger to a chill pop design on his recent Pool of Me. The artist is notable for declaring “I shall become Sweden´s Cohen or die!” The sentiment can be heard in his brooding bass. He embraces his voices lower designation, and manages it well. There are slight explorations into his higher range heard in the bridge section, to stretch the melodic space and give the vocal timely variation.
No Science is an electronic music duo composed of Swedish producers and composers Johan Skugge and Jukka Rintamäki. They are best known for composing the soundtrack of the first-person shooter video games Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4. Jukka Rintamäki is an artist who has worked as a bassist, singer and songwriter of the band Silverbullit from Gothenburg. Johan Skugge was previously in the band Yvonne.
Max Greener, better known by his stage name Maxi, is an underground rapper from Malmö and is one of the members of the collective TV FEH.
Giant billboard poster for Adidas campaign of the roteiro ball.
Getty Images (Former Digitalvision) contracted Per Gustafsson to design a library of imagery collection as 1 of 10 dvd's for the Infinity series. The images were delivered in layered format .psd's. These titles sold thousands of copies during the years of 2002 - 2012.