A graphical system that can flip your favorite file into a singular print.
UK designers Alex Szabo-Haslam and James Lowe have introduced the launch of Sequence, a Kickstarter challenge that permits you to have any album ever recorded become a singular print.
According to a press launch, “Each bar on the poster represents a monitor on the album, and the size of the monitor is mirrored by the size of the bar – as a result of each album has a unique mixture of monitor size and numbers, no two albums will look the identical.” Check out a print of Boards of Canada’s Music Has The Right To Children under.
The designers have additionally produced restricted version prints of your complete discographies of 36 well-known artists, together with Autechre, Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada, Kraftwerk, Portishead and plenty of extra.
Pledge rewards begin at £45 for a single A2 album or discography print, £80 for an A1 model of your chosen album or discography, with a number of different choices accessible.
Check out Sequence on the challenge’s Kickstarter, and see under for prints depicting Autechre’s discography, Aphex Twin’s Selected Ambient Works and Kraftwerk’s Trans-Europe Express.
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