Pantone Swatches

Form classic album covers.

Pantone Swatches

David Marsh focuses on album art from 1960’s through today. To create these seemingly abstract scenes, he uses 1,369 squares in a way similar to Pointillism - the practice in art of painting tiny dots of pure color in patterns to make a picture. Marsh says, “These latest works combine two ‘big likes’ for me - Pantone swatches and record cover art. Up close they resemble a random mix of pantone swatch icons. Stand back, however, and your image-memory takes over and interprets an iconic album cover.”

Nirvana: 'Nevermind' (1991)

Pink Floyd: 'Dark Side of the Moon' (1973)

Johnny Cash: 'At Folsom Prison' (1968)

Patti Smith: 'Horse' (1975)

The Beatles: 'With the Beatles' (1963)

Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention: 'Weasels Ripped My Flesh' (1970)

David Bowie: 'Hunky Dory' (1971)

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