Digital publications allow for numerous tech-infused advancements and the New Yorker is taking full advantage with its latest musical cover, which plays a musical selection entitled "Soundtrack To Spring."
The soundtrack complements an urban illustration by the artist Tom Gauld and features all the noises one might expect to hear on a beautiful spring day. The interactive illustration features numerous sound bubbles. Hovering a cursor over the various bubbles prompts music to play, revealing the noises of someone's headphones playing music, birds chirping, the sound of a door bell ringing and more.
The idea of the interactive ad was to inspire people by highlighting the happy sounds that are heard in the city, instead of the sound pollution its usually associated with.
Image credit: The New Yorker
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