November 10, 2009

F+S Project 3

This is a cover for the album Sounds from the Alps made by Rudolph DeHarak in 1961. The three strokes signify the Swiss Alps, but they also have the dual purpose of representing sound waves. It's a pretty straightforward comparison to our mark making process, and a good example of using symbols as universally understood shapes.

1 comment:

  1. Talk about a design find!!!!
    Thanks for sharing.