Posts Tagged With music

The Landscape the Tropics Never Had 热带从未有过的风景

The Landscape the Tropics Never Had 热带从未有过的风景 by Qingyu Wu (aka Q) Type: Identity, Art Direction, Packaging Client: Maybe Mars Records Year: 2017 Music The four members of Chui Wan (吹万) have different musical tastes and psychedelic intersections. the album includes Impromptu collision and choreography with adding other elements to the new psychedelic rock. There…

Billy Joel Record

My parents have this record wall in our dining room, and when I was thinking of how I could find “design in the wild” while self isolated, this record wall was the first place I looked. For this assignment, I chose Billy Joel’s album Streetlife Serenade because I have always liked it’s uniqueness, and because I felt…

Wild Design: Garth Brooks’ Album (The Chase)

In my house, we have this whole bookshelf of old CDs that just kind of sits there. I decided to go through the CDs and I found this album by Garth Brooks called The Chase. It stood out to me because I like the black and white concept that is going on. However, I do…

Wild Design: KOD by J Cole

I chose this album cover as my wild design because I love the the the art on the cover and the music on the album in general. First off I really like the color choices but, I also like the who concept behind the design. J Cole is portrayed as a king above a whole…

Victor Moscoso Neon Rose #2

This poster was created under Moscoso’s company, Neon Rose. Because he had control of the company, he had control of the work that was produced under it. For him, this meant complete artistic freedom, and he produced some of the most iconic images in the psychedelic era under the umbrella of Neon Rose. This poster…

Victor Moscoso Man with Spiral Glasses

This project is significant to Moscoso, because he claims that this poster is the one that clicked for him, where he said he got his mind “off the bench.” This work was done with Family Dog and employed his style of vibrating colors and photocollage to create unique compositions. This particular poster played with foreground/background…