The life and work of self-taught Argentine artist Pilar Zeta embody a cosmological vision. “My mom is a strong believer that ‘the truth is out there,’” she boasts. Like many Indigo Children, Pilar’s search for truth has fueled a transformative journey, first into herself at age 16 through meditation, then into the world at age 19 through art.
Zeta’s love of metaphysics and beauty found a kindred spirit in artist Jimmy Edgar, whom she met in Berlin in 2011. Inspired by a trip to Machu Pichu, they launched Ultramajic, a record label and art collective with an experiential angle.
A lifelong fan of ancient art, time travel, mystical teachings, Zeta explored ideas of dimensions through fashion. Her one-off collection, Holographic Universe, which debuted in Los Angeles before showing in Paris and New York, radiated late 20th century retro-futurist that exudes Pilar’s holistic mixed-media technique and spiritual consciousness.
In 2015, she was hired to art direct the A Head Full of Dreams album for Coldplay, an experience that lasted almost a year during which Zeta collaborated closely with the band.
Celebrated by international tastemakers across a myriad of creative industries from music to fashion and high art, Pilar Zeta’s art direction work translates infinite energies into a distinct voice, revealing fantastic truths about the worlds we design and how the process shapes us in return.