Posts tagged music

LED Suits and clever choreography - The Wrecking Crew Orchestra! 

Beautiful alternative to your average iphone/ipod speakers. The Megaphone!

The power of music. 

Music is a pervasive force in our society today, it has the capacity to evoke and provoke emotions and feelings like no other medium. Andrew Zuckerman’s most recent project ‘Music’ beautifully encapsulates the power of this universally spoken language as he delves deep into the core of this mysterious art form.  

This intimate project features over fifty artists, spanning a range of genres, including Lenny Kravitz, Ozzy Osbourne, Herbie Hancock, and Philip Glass. Each artist offers a meaningful insight into how music binds us together and covers subjects such as  inspiration, collaboration, performance and success. 

Exquisitely shot, the project is documented in Zukerburg’s minimalistic signature style and is available as a book, a feature-length film and an iPad app. 

To find out more about this project check out his website http://musicthebook.com/

"Jumbletron" a 70-minute visual set created by Black Dice for Animal Collective at Coachella 2011. Love, love and love.

"Jumbletron" a 70-minute visual set created by Black Dice for Animal Collective at Coachella 2011. Love, love and love.

Stand out posters.

In today’s competitive music industry, you need to do more to stand out. And stand out is exactly what upcoming band ‘Dry the River’ did. Their beautiful 3D posters created quite a stir and featured across a number of well-known design and advertising blogs as well as receiving attention on the streets. 

The flat, poster component was beautifully screen printed by Bob Eight Pop in east London and the paper horse structures were designed in 3D using Google Sketch Up, before being printed out in their component parts and hand-assembled. Each horse structure took around 35 hours to complete.

Brands take note. I’m expecting to see a lot more of this come 2012.

Lego art album covers by Aaron Savage - Check out all of his collection here http://www.savagearrow.co.uk/

From the team that brought you Arcade Fire’s Wilderness Downtown  HTML5 project, comes the first 3D interactive  browser-based music video “3 Dreams of Black”.  Check out Chris Milk for Danger Mouse feat Norah Jones. Mindblowing work. 

From the team that brought you Arcade Fire’s Wilderness Downtown HTML5 project, comes the first 3D interactive browser-based music video “3 Dreams of Black”. Check out Chris Milk for Danger Mouse feat Norah Jones. Mindblowing work. 

Stop what you’re doing right now and experience this! The ultimate Daft Punk mashup - 23 songs visualised using HTML5 and CSS3 technology

Stop what you’re doing right now and experience this! The ultimate Daft Punk mashup - 23 songs visualised using HTML5 and CSS3 technology