Layers of Sound
Spinning ElectroAlex Trochut, the designer of artwork for the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Katy Perry, Vampire Weekend gives us his interpretation of Electronic music #ListenForYourself
Spinning tops dancing in motion are images that give meaning to many of my favourite electronic music tracks — rotating on its own axis, moving in different concentric patterns in different radius (loops), making that smooth and slow movement through its own rotation.
Inspired by tracks from Plastikman, James Holden, and Talaboman.
Alex Trochut. Born 1981 in Barcelona, Spain Trochut’s illustrations, designs and typography take the modern notion of minimalism and flip it on its side. His work philosophy is More is more. He is driven by a desire to constantly evolve which may be seen in his eclectic and prolific body of work. On graduation from Elisava Escola Superior de Disseny, Barcelona he worked at Toormix and Vasava design studios in Barcelona before establishing his own studio from where he works for clients including: Nike, The Rolling Stones, Adidas, BBC, Nixon, British Airways, Coca-Cola, The Guardian, Non Format, Wieden + Kennedy, Saatchi & Saatchi, BBH, Fallon, and Beautiful Decay. In 2011 his monograph More is more was published. It documents his professional work whilst revealing his personal thoughts and listing his influences from the world of art and design.
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