You know when you close your eyelids in the sun…
or when you are on a train and a blur of colour engulfs you as reflections of light emerge and re-emerge on a repetitive basis…
or when a piece of music strikes those notes that make you love the sound you are hearing…
This is what this piece is about.

Tags

abstract, blur, music, sound

Comments

  • Melody
    Melodyover 7 years ago

    Ok, here goes my second attempt at commenting on this piece…..

    I get a really strong sense of motion coming from the bottom quandrant of this image. It transports me to another time and place…and all I really want to do is to get out of my seat and walk into this image…..:)

  • hi8us
    hi8usover 7 years ago

    done it again mate .. . awesome work ….

    can you tell us how you do these ? … what processes you use ?

  • L B
    L Bover 7 years ago

    The imagery is brilliant in itself… But my favorite thing is the description… I think the ability to create a visual image from a blank starting point that conveys sound and the feelings and moments that you mention above is simply incredible. This is Art on another level.

  • craig scutt
    craig scuttover 7 years ago

    Every time I look at this I’m hit with a different sound. Hardcore sublime ;)

  • Naomi Mawson
    Naomi Mawsonover 7 years ago

    Simple but very effective, great colours – I like it!

  • Christiaan
    Christiaanover 7 years ago

    Wow… I love this. The only thing that could improve this for me were if the top colour were yellow instead of orange. It might make it less subtle, but I love yellow and blue.

    The movement and futuristicness of this whole image really speaks to me… Beautiful!

  • Christiaan
    Christiaanover 7 years ago

    How did you do this if I may ask? Im really curious. I would love to be able to make something like this.

  • davoid
    davoidover 7 years ago

    Nice.

  • Mazrad
    Mazradabout 7 years ago

    so much movement , energy and yet theres tranquility and balance.
    inspiring!

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneabout 7 years ago

    I don’t know the music of labradford, but the image and the words come together to produce a beautiful harmony

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