Glow-In-The-Dark Binary Prints of Acid Pauli, James Murphy and Caribou

Tolle Prints von Alex Trochut aus Barcelona, der per Glow-In-The-Dark(?)-Prints DJs und Electronica-Acts auf zwei verschiedenen Motiven bei Tag und Nacht zeigt. 30% der Einkünfte aus dem (baldigen) Verkauf der Prints gehen an wohltätige Zwecke, Acid Pauli und Murphy würde ich mir aber auch so in die Bude hängen. Oben Acid Pauli, hier noch James Murphy, Four Tet, John Talabot und Caribou.

[Alex Trochut] invented a process through which two completely separate images could be shown on one surface––one which appears in light, and one which appears only in the dark.

What followed was a collaboration with some of the premiere electronic musicians of our time. Trochut called on James Murphy, Caribou, Four Tet, Damian Lazarus, Acid Pauli, John Talabot, Lucy and others to create a series of portraits that explore the people behind the music. Discussing themes of both visual and auditory natures, Trochut created portraits that reflect the musician’s vision of their own work and identity. These nocturnal portraits “wake up” in the dark, just as the DJs “come alive” at night, as do audiences under the spell of their music.

Binary Prints (via Think Faesthetic)