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Secret 7"

Artwork for the Eurythmics track ‘I Saved the World Today’ (1999) shown at Secret 7’s exhibition, London.

Project Info

Sleeve design for the Eurythmics track 'I Saved the World Today’ shown at the Secret 7” exhibition, London.

The design is a response to songs irony and mystery. There's a clear disparity in people's opinion of it's meaning. Opposing forces merge in a contrasting composition, united by a statement 'everybody's happy now'. A molten glass form acts as a filter of delusion, distorting the typeface.

The imagery and typography was designed and developed in collaboration with Tom Schwaiger.

The 3D form design was developed and rendered using a game engine to be allowed to iterate quickly while rendering in real-time. Multiple animations were designed to aid in the form finding process, both in real-time and in external 3D packages using audio responsive controls.

 
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Artwork for the Eurythmics track ‘I Saved the World Today’ (1999) shown at Secret 7’s exhibition, London.
 
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