Travis Scott burst onto the scene with his 2013 mixtape Owl Pharaoh, quickly becoming one of the decade’s defining voices. The Houston-born performer, songwriter, and producer has always pushed visual and cultural boundaries: from Yosemite to Stargazing, from mind travel to space travel, Scott creates multisensorial universes for various levels of human consciousness. With his new album Utopia — which he first teased with the two-track Dystopia — the artist’s worldbuilding is getting ever more complex. For PIN–UP 34, Scott gives his longtime space-making passion a Jungian twist, spelling out his design principles from A to Z.
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