Record Sleeves arranged by color and photographed by George Benson

“…The series purely looks at the colour of the record sleeves grouping music by colour alone, mixing rich cross genres of sound together. The unseen collection of music, avoids the need to name or identify to influence or be known. Instead the photographs create a rhythm of colour, light and shade that resonates with its musical content.” —George Benson on “Colour of Music” series


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Record Sleeves arranged by color and photographed by George Benson

“…The series purely looks at the colour of the record sleeves grouping music by colour alone, mixing rich cross genres of sound together. The unseen collection of music, avoids the need to name or identify to influence or be known. Instead the photographs create a rhythm of colour, light and shade that resonates with its musical content.”
—George Benson on “Colour of Music” series

red & orange record sleeves organized by George Benson



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adorable “Paper Record Player” wedding invitation designed by Kelli Anderson
"…The hand-spun record yields a garbled, but scrutable listening of a original song by the couple. It requires a bit of tinkering and folding —effectively championing the inner science-nerd kid in the recipient. The whole thing serves as an interactive packaging for the song—which can be experienced on the paper record player, unscrewed + set on a regular turntable, or enjoyed online…" —Kelli Anderson

adorable “Paper Record Player” wedding invitation designed by Kelli Anderson

"…The hand-spun record yields a garbled, but scrutable listening of a original song by the couple. It requires a bit of tinkering and folding —effectively championing the inner science-nerd kid in the recipient. The whole thing serves as an interactive packaging for the song—which can be experienced on the paper record player, unscrewed + set on a regular turntable, or enjoyed online…" —Kelli Anderson