Visualising lyrics for album artwork

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Stefanie Posavec is one of my favourite designers. She’s produced another awesome project… this time the album artwork for OK Go’s latest album (you know, those guys on the treadmills on YouTube). She writes:

“OK Go are an American band who are brilliant at combining their music with great visual concepts and great designers (see here, here, and here), so Greg McInerny and I were excited when Damian Kulash Jr., the band’s lead singer, asked us to visualise the song lyrics for their upcoming album as well as text from the album’s namesake, the book The Influence of the Blue Ray of the Sunlight and of the Blue Colour of the Sky by General A.J. Pleasonton. These visualisations then provided the basis for the album artwork.”


More of Stefanie’s amazing work @ www.itsbeenreal.co.uk (make sure you check out ‘Writing Without Words’ which is quite breathtaking).

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