This project takes a look at ‘superseded’ technology, breaks them down to their core aesthetic elements, and rebuilds them using these aspects as the focus.


The inspiration for the visual style comes from the art movement, ‘Suprematism’, which focused on basic geometric forms, such as circles, squares, lines, and rectangles, painted in a limited range of colors.


The subjects are presented 12”x12” because those are the common dimensions of vinyl record album covers and squares are derived from the Suprematisms view that the square is one of the most perfect geometric shapes due to its equal sides.

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