Stas Polyakov Makes Art Out of Unforgotten Vinyls

By: Kevin Morel-Fontaine - Published: Jul 10, 2009   Updated: Aug 9 2011 • References: flickr &
The gallery above features very elegant posters by Russian designer Stas Polyakov. Polyakov distorts shapes to make them as light as air. They simply look like floating vinyls--as if these strange records were made out of veils.

Designer James White also wrote a post about Stas Polyakov on his blog and considers the Russian designer to be a great inspiration.

This series is entitled 'Music requires tender handling.' Truer words were never said.

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