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Visualize Favorite Music in Architecture.
Italian illustrator Federico Babina has transformed popular songs of David Bowie, Blur, Amy Winehouse, Mozart, Elvis. And still others, into his latest illustration work entitled Archimusic.
“Music and architecture are intimately joined by a cosmic connection: they both are generated by an underlying code, an order revealed by mathematics and geometry”
Babina says; “music is an art form whose medium is sound and silence“.
Visualize your Favorite Music in Architecture for Building
In a new series titled Archimusic, Italian illustrator Federico Babina turns music from the likes of The Beatles, Bjork, Joy Division.
And more into buildings-similar to his last project where he turned painters’ signature styling into architecture.
And if, as Goethe said, “Music is liquid architecture; architecture is frozen music,”
01. Paco de Lucia, “Entre dos Aguas”
Then these buildings are frozen, graphical representations that merge the lyrics and music of the songs with iconic imagery associated with the artists.
Reading horizontally gives some basic melodic lines, while reading vertically reveals both harmony and dissonance.
A building like an harmonic progression following the movement of chords.
02. Amy Winehouse, “Rehab”
A spatial progression that is equivalent to the harmonic progression through chords. Generate a rhythm of solids and voids to reproduce the sequences of notes and silences.
03. Elvis Presley, “Can’t Help Falling In Love”
In one example, a mostly white tower is capped by a black roof and row of windows, supported by a angled beam – the image closely resembles the familiar image of rock legend elvis presley singing into his microphone.
04. Laurie Anderson, “O superman”
Another instance describes the stacked floors of a building as the undulating graphics from joy division’s ‘unknown pleasures’ album.
Take a look below for the full series and final ‘city’.
05. Philip Glass, “Morning Passages”
06. The White Stripes, “Seven nation army”
07. J. S. Bach, “Suite pour violoncelle N°1″
08. Manu Chao, “Me gustas Tu/ Desaparecido”
09. Jimi Hendrix, “Hey joe”
10. Miles Davis, “So what”
11. Nirvana, “Smells Like Teen Spirit”
12. Nick Drake, “River man”
13. Charlie Parker, “Confirmation”
14. Bjork, “Joga”
15. Blur, “Song 2″
16. Jim Morrison, “Light My Fire”
17. Chet Baker, “My Funny Valentine”
18. David Bowie, “Space Oddity”
19. Joy Division, “Love WIll Tear Us Apart”
20. Pink Floyd, “Wish You Were Here”
21. John Coltrane, “Naima”
22. Radiohead, “No Surprises”
23. The Police, “Every Breath You Take”
24. Mozart, “Requiem”
25. Michael Jackson, “Billie jean”
26. The Beatles, “Let it be”
27. Freddie Mercury, “Bohemian rhapsody”
So, creators and my friends this is a great shot of creative thinking from one of my favorite artist Federico Babina. And all about of Visualize your Favorite Music in Architecture for Building.
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