“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.
Thanks a million, BloodOfSeitan!
Spectacular! I love this one the most of the series. This must have been quite a challenge. Great work Linda!
Fabshaaron, you’re the best. Thank you!
You’re a creative genius! Wonderfully done. Love the coordination of colors you selected. And the label itself is unique and works well…
Well, if that isn’t the sweetest compliment ever! Thank you Roger, I adore you!