and another… Michael Hansen vinyl cover & animation
Another record employing the phenakistoscope animation technique just popped up – description below abbreviated from Michael Hansen‘s site.
“An album cover for the modern classical composer Allan Gravgaard Madsen . My idea was to translate Allan’s sensorial music into a visual experience with elements of sensuality. There is not an A- or B-side, each has its own front page. ‘Waves’ is a visualisation of the music performed by nine trumpets in a line, as simple as possible with nine circles on a line. ‘Crystal Tapestry’ is a pattern of crystals that has no front or back end, it refers to a crystal that merges into itself. Inside I made a visualisation that combines the two sides, a crystalized wave. On the record I created patterns that gives the design a visual sensuality. I made an analog animation with a 50 Hz strobe lamp and made it interact with the music.”
Beautiful, I wish I could buy a copy.
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