Yes Studio: The Stands
Posted by Scott
Seen this piece by Yes Studio around a few times but never had a full size version to post until Paddy Duke sent me this one. Very nice stuff going on here, as Paddy points out these are obviously inspired by the Prisma book covers.
"Artwork created for the UK band. Inspiration came in the form of pre-1980s analogue hi-fi equipment. Using a reductive graphic approach, multiple designs were created, colours were mixed by hand and large format prints produced at K2 Screen, London. The resulting artwork was then re-photographed and used as the basis for a sleeve and poster campaign." – Yesstudio.co.uk
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matthewstroh says:March 14, 2008 at 10:12 am
Reminds me of Soundsystem, the 311 album.
Gareth says:March 14, 2008 at 10:16 am
“…resulting artwork was then re-photographed…”
Ok, so this began as a screen print of non-digital origin and they had to photograph it (i’m guessing on a graphic-arts camera) to use it elsewhere. Sounds like the process they used was 80’s analog too.
444zz says:March 15, 2008 at 9:33 pm
Amiri says:March 18, 2008 at 1:21 pm
So, are these available for purchase as posters? I couldn’t see any such thing on the link you posted. This is fantastic stuff!