Max Binski Creates Visual Sound Interpretations

By: Kateryna Topol - Published: Jun 10, 2011 • References: designbyhumans & talent.adweek
Max Binski is a huge fan of the Alvin Lucier’s song Music on a Long Thin Wire made in 1979; so much so that he has collaborated with Design by Humans to create a series of graphic interpretations of the song.

The first set of interpretations were made into a collection of large prints. These prints have now been adapted into t-shirts. There are three typical t-shirt images representing the high, medium and the low frequencies of the soundscape. The illustrations of these Max Binski shirts are in grayscale dots and sparks of lines ranging in size and placement based on the frequency.

The illustrations translated to t-shirts quite beautifully. The t-shirt color selection is clean but interesting, consisting of gray, white and yellow. These t-shirts are now for sale from Max Binski directly. Stats for Sensory-Crossing Apparel Trending: Older & Average
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