On May 18, San Francisco's Gauntlet Gallery is opening an exciting new art show inspired by the electronic music duo. It may be hard to believe but it's been over eight years since Daft Punk's last album, Humans After All. On May 21, Daft Punk, the group known for their incredibly entertaining live performances, will release their fourth studio album, called Random Access Memories, which will consist of 13 new recordings.

"We're trying to separate the private side and the public side. It's just that we're a little bit embarrassed by the whole thing. We don't want to play this star system thing. We don't want to get recognized in the streets. Yes. Everyone has accepted us using masks in photos so far, which makes us happy. Maybe sometimes people are a little bit disappointed but that's the only way we want to do it. We think the music is the most personal thing we can give..."

Now, courtesy of the Gauntlet Gallery, here's your sneak peek of their upcoming art show.

Above: Art by Jason Ratliff

Photo by Dan Almasy

Art by Jen Rome

Art by Scott Listfield

Art by Sam Ho

Gauntlet Gallery website

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Comment by Taryn Jones on May 7, 2013 at 16:37


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