anna marinenko connects nature and noise for sound form wave
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jun 09, 2014
anna marinenko connects nature and noise for sound form wave


anna marinenko connects nature and noise for sound form wave
all images courtesy of anna marinenko

 

 

 

 

ukrainian designer anna marinenko has drawn a symbolic and visual connection between noise and nature for ‘sound form wave’. while studying outdoor vistas, marinenko observed the aesthetic similarity between the oscillating heights of mountains, trees and skylines and the waveforms of music. she has composed a series of graphic expressions which compare the two otherwise disparate images side-by-side, matching them together into a single picture. reflections of forested areas into rivers and cityscapes mirrored in the water are linked to the undulating linear illustrations of the highs and lows of sound; ocean ripples moving away from a speed boat, tall strands of grass, clouds and boats also correlate to the musical patterns.

anna marinenko nature sound waves
a mountainous landscape reflecting onto the water is matched up to a sound wave

anna marinenko nature sound waves
a city skyline connects to the sound wave

anna marinenko nature sound waves
ocean waves flowing away from a speed boat are pictured beside a noise graphic

anna marinenko nature sound waves
a serene landscape is visually similar to the sound wave

anna marinenko nature sound waves
tall grass strands are compared to the graphic illustration of sound

anna marinenko nature sound waves
mountains and trees are matched up to the wave

anna marinenko nature sound waves
clouds are compared the graphic illustration

anna marinenko nature sound waves
an airplane’s flight path looks like a sound wave

anna marinenko nature sound waves
cityscapes and skylines undulate like the sound wave

anna marinenko nature sound waves
boats reflecting in to the sea are similar to the sound graphic

 

 

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