VSCO Teams up With Ta-ku for Special Edition Preset

“…dedicated to all those who are never scared to try something new.”

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VSCO recently unveiled a special edition preset to commemorate Ta-ku‘s impassioned storytelling and musical compositions. The multifaceted creative of Perth, Australia is not one to hold back intense sentiment when it comes to producing tracks or shooting photography. This latest preset is more or less a visual culmination of his artistic evolution—touting “moody, muted, but bold” hues, as per VSCO. Ta-ku adds that the “preset is dedicated to all those who are never scared to try something new – regardless of how inferior we may feel.”

Ta-ku captured the photos above using the preset and were taken behind-the-scenes during his most recent music videos for the (m)edian EP which is slated to release on August 5. Download Ta-ku’s VSCO preset for free and learn more about the collaboration, here.

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