@DavidTorcivia, The Colorist Behind J.Cole's 4 Your Eyez Only Documentary

This weekend, J. Cole released his thought-provoking musical documentary 4 Your Eyez Only on HBO. In the doc, Cole travels throughout the American south interweaving colorful visuals for song on from his album 4 Your Eyez Only  with real life conversations of people in the south who are enduring poverty, police brutality and racism. Cole and his co-director Scott Lazer expertly incorporate the harsh realities of the Black American experience with artful visual motifs. We couldn't help but notice how the coloring (done by David Torcivia who has other notable credits such as Don't Touch My Hair and Cranes In The Sky by Solange) in some of the visuals helped bring a different dimension to the footage.

Catch 4 Your Eyez Only on HBO

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