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An arrangement of classic kits from the 1980's.
This art print comes on A2, IFA23 - Decor Watercolour art 245gsm paper. All prints will be signed on the front and dedicated on the reverse. This artwork will arrive framed, backed and mounted, ready to hang.
All of Daniel's art is created by his own hand using traditional methods and tools such as Rotring fine liner pens, individual weight letter stamps, watercolour paints and heavy weight cartridge paper.
This art print will arrive in a hard card tube to ensure safe delivery.
Daniel has been creating art in various forms for 25 years. After leaving school and studying Graphic Arts, Daniel moved into sign design/manufacturing learning the essentials of placement and spacing of image and text. After several years in this field, Daniel embarked on a career in music working with EMI/Virgin Records, which enabled him to get involved in the creative process of writing music whilst creating an accompanying visual, in the form of illustration and moving image. As Daniel’s obsession with visual creativity increased, more of his focus and energy has been channeled into responding to eclectic references and moving towards a unique and recognisable style.
Daniel currently has work featured at the Handel and Hendrix Museum and the Saatchi Gallery Shop, whilst working as design executive at London based T-shirt designers, We Admire. Daniel’s work continues to develop, grow and create intrigue in equal measure.
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Colour of Music started out as an experiment allowing me to visualize the songs I love, using pitch to colour calculators and plotting chord and key changes.
Colour of Music is an ongoing experiment exploring the relationship between light and sound. These artworks are the results of a translation of two different languages, air molecules as a moving compression wave (sound), and electromagnetic waves (light).
If you are interested in commissioning me to create a Colour of Music artwork of your chosen song, please get in touch. email@example.com