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this is my favourite NIN song of all time. there's something so uplifting towards the end, as if you know the world is not perfect, but you've found a way to come to terms with it. can't recommend this song enough. thanks for the post.
As soon as the Earth disappears the guitars kick back in and the na naa naa's fade the empty hands to black.
Stunning work! What medium do you use?
I appreciate the kind words :) I use illustrator and photoshop
My favorite NIN song. I was so crazy when they have played the song this year at the Olympia show in Paris.
Sure does looks cool but it's not really inspired, not much nuance, and this feels too much like a montage. Good reinterpretation of the original material though. I'd say this looks cool as a poster but not really as an art piece.
Haha you're gonna hate the rest of my work then
No such thing as hate for an original creation ! It's just that something a bit more abstract and not in-your-face could work better imo, considering we really can see the montage aspect.
Something purely straight-forward works if you can really look at it, see the whole thing jump at you, so bigger than on a screen, printed.
Like if you stare at it 1sec or 2hours you won't get anything more from it. It's just cool looking with the most literal interpretation of the title possible.
Great way to look at it. I finished the entirety of the month already while on a plane ride from a business trip. My only criteria I gave myself is I wouldn't spend more than two minutes on any piece. When the time ran out, I saved it. I wanted to maintain what was true to how I felt with each song. I didn't want to give myself time to think about them. I read the title, looked at what the song meant to me, and quickly sketched it up.
Sure this is literal, but I wanted the world to feel like a whisper, that could be delicately held in a child's hand. Make it seem precious, but could be gone in an instant.
So yeah, I can see how some might consider it less "important" if all 30 pieces were created in less than an hour, but that's the rules I gave myself. I could meditate and spend and hour or two each day on a single piece, but my life doesn't allow that luxury. For me, doing quick bursts of feeling came across as a little more special. No thought, all instinct.