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Tag Archives: Music
Tata&Friends have designed funny graphic tributes to world-famous bands. LINK!
Murmure’s work for the Nördik Impakt festival held in Caen (where Murure is part based along with Paris) is built around striking geometric patterns and a bespoke, music inspired typeface. LINK!
Mexican artist Pedro Reyes recently constructed a series of working, mechanized instruments from dismantled guns, giving the weapons new life with music. LINK!
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Musicians Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington (aka “DARKSIDE“) has gone under the name Daftside for their new experimental album, Random Access Memories Memories. The new album remixes each of the songs from Daft Punk’s recently released album, Random Access Memories. LINK!
Artist Bartholomäus Traubeck‘s modified turntable can read the rings on a slice of a tree and translate their thickness and strength into musical notes. Titled “Years”, Traubeck’s project has been traveling around the world since 2012. LINK!