Artist Visualizes Famous Songs With Paint Splatters

Artist Visualizes Famous Songs With Paint Splatters

Artist Martin Klimas illustrates music by Pink Floyd and Miles Davis by capturing the colorful patterns created by sound vibrations.

Allie Walker
  • 26 september 2012

Pink Floyd, James Brown, Prince, and Miles Davis. All legendary artists with incredibly different sounds; there’s little chance you’ll confuse ‘On the Run’ by Pink Floyd with Davis’s ‘Bitches Brew’- the sounds are just too different. But what about ‘visualizing’ the music? What do these famous songs look like?

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