AudioGrapha by Eric Zwierzynski
By Michael Enten
March 16, 2017 — Santa Cruz, CA
I think we are getting to a point in technology where we can do the impossible, and designers taking full advantage of it. As I’ve blogged about before we see data becoming more and more useful in terms of creating visuals. We are seeing a marriage and blending of computer science, data analysis, and design.
According to Design-Milk:
“Each algorithmic and graphical representation is shaped by the song’s melody, repetition, length, and the beats per minute. Album covers and other associated graphics further flesh out the color and feel of each composition.”
He has “covered” songs from James Blake to Motorhead, and each poster really seems to represent a feeling derived from each song. Maybe he’s utilizing synesthesia, or maybe he’s just really good at what he does (both) but these images are a very interesting perspective of things we don’t normally associate with visual design.
Continue reading this article (and view the amazing graphics) here: http://alfalfastudio.com/audiographa-by-eric-zwierzynski/
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