Rébekah Paulovich

graphic design

Rébekah Paulovich

shapes for sound

I initially began working on the theme Shapes for Sound in February 2009 during Create-a-thing-a-day month. I experimented with different ways of visualzing sound thoughout the month, using techniques from photography to collage to painting to creating type.

photograph and bleach.

a study in rhythmn using a slices of concert photos and bleach applied with a violin string

pen over photograph, Initial drawings of a passage from a song by Gojira.

pen over photograph, intial drawings of a passage from a song by Gojira.

pen and watercolor, the color palette of some of Metallica's work, from Ride the Lightening through the Black album. (based on my sound --> color/shape syneshethia)

pen and watercolor, the color palette of the song "Crazy Train" by Ozzy Osbourne (based on my sound --> color/shape syneshethia)

india ink and photograph. A riff from Gojira's "Backbone."

india ink, a drawing showing nuances of Gojira's sound

india ink, a drawing showing nuances of Gojira's sound

synesthetic representation of Radulescu's "Inner Time."

a typeface created using electrical wire

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