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    Felix Pino-Kovalenko is a chilean-russian composer graduated from the Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory. This Branding was designed entirely in… Read More
    Felix Pino-Kovalenko is a chilean-russian composer graduated from the Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory. This Branding was designed entirely in Berlin, Santiago de Chile and Saint Petersburg. The aim of this project ist the fusion between ethnic origin and sound. Read Less
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Felix Pino-Kovalenko is a chilean-russian composer graduated from the Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory.
 
This Branding was designed entirely in Berlin, Santiago de Chile and Saint Petersburg. The aim of this project ist the fusion between ethnic origin and sound. 
  --------------- Concept: ethnic, mapuche simbol, sound ---------------
 ---------------  Cover vinyl design  ---------------
 ---------------  Interior cover vinyl   ---------------
About “Ixtaccihuatl” for string quartet [based on an Aztec legend] Program: Ixtaccíhuatl falls in love with Popocatepetl, one of the best warriors of her father. Tezozomoc (the father, leader of the Aztecs) sends Popocatétpetl to war against his opponents and promises that victory would give him the hand of his daughter. He goes to war and she deeply misses him during this several period. Popocateptl endures a prolonged battle through to his own victory. Returning back, he sees that she is dead (she had died of grief) and carries the body away from the village and prepare himself to join her in eternal sleep. The Gods, after seeing this, decided to turn them into two mountains as a sign of eternal love.
Branding 
 
 
Credits 
BRANDING
art director | Markos Cifuentes
designers  | Esther Vidal & Markos Cifuentes
Photography  |  Markos Cifuentes
 
 
VIDEO
composer / editor / colourist | Felix Pino-Kovalenko 
art director | Markos Cifuentes 
title design | Esther Vidal 
editor assistant / camera |  Alexey Brylev
camera assistant | Ivan Golubkov
Music performed by QuadMusic String Quartet:
violin I  | Chingiz Osmanov
violin II | Dmitry Saetovich 
viola  | Dmitry Chernyshenko
cello  | Mikhail Degtyarev
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