Love Song


“I think you have to pay for love with bitter tears.” ― Edith Piaf

This is the second in a series I’m working on where I’m back-lighting and photographing colored vinyl record albums to show off their gorgeous colors and make them glow.

For this project I made a composite using four different LPs, three of which I masked out into a flower pattern.

The albums used for this composition were:

  • The “Maniac” motion picture soundtrack (on clear vinyl)
  • The “Chopping Mall” motion picture soundtrack (on fuchsia vinyl)
  • Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats “Bloodlust” (on purple vinyl)
  • Mark Ryden’s “The Gay Nineties” (on candy red vinyl)

The records are all shown in their actual colors.

I also designed a fictitious Love Song record label graphic.

5 thoughts

  1. Spectacular! I love this one the most of the series. This must have been quite a challenge. Great work Linda!

  2. You’re a creative genius! Wonderfully done. Love the coordination of colors you selected. And the label itself is unique and works well…

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