This series purely looks at the color of the record sleeves grouping music by color 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 color, light and shade that resonates with the musical content.
Since graduating from a degree in fine art film and 3D computer graphics, George Benson has founded two digital design agencies designing and art directing for clients including Audi, The Streets, BBC and Channel 4. He started to experiment with photography in 2007 and has since exhibited at FOTO8 London, Birmingham Art Gallery, Format Festival and Rhubarb Rhubarb. Benson is based near Birmingham in the UK.
Record Sleeves Organized by Color Photographed by George Benson
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