Sequenced golden headband in tow and shimmery makeup eccentrically adorning her face, Natasha Khan kills this Bruce Springsteen cover, which is featured on her magical album, Fur And Gold.
Best known under the moniker for her other-worldly band, Bat For Lashes, Natasha Khan not only has an electrifying music career — complete with mystifying, danceable tunes, an angelic voice, eccentric stage outfits and magical make-up — but she dabbles in the realm of visual arts, as well. With a soft-spot for shadow-puppetry, the adorbs Brit has created quirky, fairy-tale-esque scenes (like the piece above), and gorgeous illustrations that pop with bits of vibrant color. And while not much of her visual art is available right now, with just a few pieces published on her website, hopefully Ms. Khan’s art endeavors will explode just like her music. Check out some of the songstress’s art here and here.
Dreaming that she had someone to love, who would diminish her insomnia-inducing loneliness, Natasha Khan aka Bat For Lashes takes matters into her own hands in this artsy vid. Sketching out an abstract, triangular design, stealing a magical light to place inside the figure’s heart and pouring love into her art, allows a plastic, mannequin-esque companion to awaken via colorful geometric patterns and lights, thus granting her some shut-eye.