Vision Éternel Logo Displayed At Christophe Szpajdel's A Journey Into The Lost Homelands Exhibition

Vision Éternel Logo Displayed At Christophe Szpajdel’s A Journey Into The Lost Homelands Exhibition

From September 19th to the 30th of 2017, Vision Éternel’s logo will be displayed at Christophe Szpajdel’s exhibition “A Journey Into The Lost Homelands“. The presentation will take place at the Young Freedom Cafe in Drama, Greece. Keep a look out for Christophe Szpajdel who will be wearing his Vision Éternel t-shirts all week! In addition to Vision Éternel’s logo, the “melogaze” logo, also designed by Szpajdel, will be showcased. The exhibition will also screen Christophe Szpajdel’s film documentary “The Lord of the Logos“, directed by Luke Hagan. In addition, Szpajdel will have copies of his book “Lord of the Logos” on sale, which will be available for autographs.

Vision Éternel would like to thank Christophe Szpajdel for insisting that these logos be added to his exhibition and Theo Prasidis, the owner and founder of Archaeopia, for putting together this showcase. Theo asked the band to provide a few words about our collaboration with Christophe Szpajdel. We’ve included these at the end of this news post for those who cannot see the exhibition in person. All pictures of the exhibition that feature Vision Éternel will be added to this news article for documentation.

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Here are the paragraphs provided for the exhibition:

“Vision Éternel”
I was looking for someone to design a new band logo for my dark ambient project Vision Éternel. The band started out in early 2007 as a side-project to my black metal bands, so I wanted an illustration that would showcase the roots of my black metal background, but remain accessible for non-metallers. The first person that I thought of was Christophe Szpajdel because he is after all, the Lord Of The Logos; an establishment in the black metal community. Christophe can make any type of logo, from something so black metal that it’s impossible to read, to a beautiful calligraphy. The style that he decided to use on Vision Éternel’s logo represents the band perfectly: it’s somber but it’s also beautiful and elegant.

“Melogaze”

Vision Éternel has its own music genre. It’s called “melogaze”. It stands for “melodramatic shoegaze”. I wanted to use the word melogaze on band merchandise alongside Christophe Szpajdel’s new Vision Éternel logo so I asked him to design one for melogaze as well. The style of music that I play is delicate and heartfelt and I think that Christophe Szpajdel depicted that perfectly with the logo he drew.

Here are pictures of the exhibition: