Dec 04, 2017 | By Sara Radin
A new Manchester band’s album cover art is kicking up a storm in the underground graphic community. Everything Everything’s new album, Man Alive, is using data-corrupted visuals, color-saturated pixel graphics and distorted imagery. It’s an inspiring trend that we’ve been seeing grow over the last year or so.
Mixed with everyday urban backdrop photography, this album cover art is a creative mix of modern-day online video content with some 80s punk influences thrown in. Color-blasted visuals and half-downloaded pixel graphics are a dynamic, refreshing move forward in the world of pop.
We love the new Man Alive TV ad with its fresh, broken-up pixel distortion, color-enhanced mood and abstract graphic look.
For more info on Everything Everything, visit their official site.
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