After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague from the department of New Media, Daniel Vlček was known mainly as a member of the art group Guma Guar. In 2011, together with Matouš Medílek he founded the Ferdinand Baumann Gallery in the Štěpánská passage. Afterwards the two went on to found the multicultural center Berlínskej Model along with Richard Bakeš. Currently, along with music, Vlček continues to dedicate himself to painting, a medium he had spent most of his university years preoccupied with. His signature style is derived from the shape of vinyl records, as well as their material and symbolic aspects. Vlček uses vinyl records as a stencil, making identical repetition possible. In 2013 he was the curator of the exhibition 16-20,000 Hz in Prague’s Meetfactory. The exhibition was exclusively concerned with the visualization and interpretation of sound, leading to the 2014 exhibition Na počátku bylo ticho (In the Beginning there was Silence) in the Municipal Gallery in Pilsen.