The Art of Music @ Scion Space

I’ve been working like crazy these past few days, so I apologize for the lack of posts. Thankfully though I was able to get out and see the new show at the Scion Space called The Art of Music, showcasing art that’s inspired by music. The show had a ton of great artists like Steven Harrington, Ryan Waller, So-Me, Stefan Marx, PAM, Sanghon Kim, and whole lot more. One wall was dedicated to posters created for the exhibit, while another wall featured other art by the artists involved. I must admit that So-Me stole the show with his giant light-up display, which you can see in the top photo, but my other favorites were definitely Steven and Ryan’s pieces, which you can see in the other two photos.

There’s a bunch of photos under the cut, so be sure to check those out as well. I also want to give a shout out to all the rad folks I met last night! Lionel at Sixpack France, Thomas from Ill Studio for putting on a crazy show, Jonathan from Clark Magazine, Steven, it’s always good to see you, and Mr. Waller, thanks for hamming it up every time my camera was around.


6 Comments The Art of Music @ Scion Space

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  2. Sam September 7, 2008 at 6:51 PM

    Need more pictures! which work did PAM do?

  3. Bobby September 8, 2008 at 12:06 AM

    Perks and Mini did the 3rd photo under the cut, the gray-ish (metallic silver), green one that says “PAM MAGIC MYSTERY TOUR” at the top of it.

  4. Junior September 9, 2008 at 2:29 PM

    Looks amazing.

    I just bought a So Me t-shirt and artwork from Studio Gallery.

    Were these light boxes for sale?

  5. V September 10, 2008 at 9:43 PM

    Words can’t describe how jealous I am you got to attend this!

    I kind of feel So Me rips off Parra typograpically quite a bit and Dust La Rock rips off Grostesk….Or perhaps they are all just part of a new design guard…

    In terms of album art and event flyers, its pretty much impossible to work with anyone on an electronic music-focused event who does not ask you to design in that style it seems lately.

    It’s all very interesting to me and I wonder if it will still be the big thing in 5 years time, or if like much of the music that blogs are making popular, will be shelved to make way for the next fad.

  6. LA PRAVDA January 3, 2009 at 4:29 AM

    “I kind of feel So Me rips off Parra typograpically quite a bit and Dust La Rock rips off Grostesk”

    >>>it’s just EXACTLY what I was thinking!
    it’s good some people notice this fact, because it’s quite annoying that those overexposed artists get the crédit for others..thanks Parra, thanks Grotesk for your geat work!

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