Ghost in the Machine: Jimi Hendrix

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    Ghost in the Machine: Jimi Hendrix out of cassette, commission, 2009
    (cassette is real, no paint, no photoshop)

    Dona Minúcia, e p d, and 952 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. the essential rarities 51 months ago | reply

      Великолепно. Вот уж не мог подумать, что плёнку можно использовать таким образом...

    2. usbaldo ochoa 49 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called DISEÑO ALTERNATIVO | ALTERNATIVE DESIGN, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    3. Patjee 48 months ago | reply

      One word: WOW !!!

    4. sebasfunk 48 months ago | reply

      This one rocks!!


    5. rentonsroom 44 months ago | reply

      u r a genius!!!!

    6. jnluvable 40 months ago | reply


    7. los favoritos 40 months ago | reply

      Really really nice!!!!

    8. rac8n 35 months ago | reply

      just coming up with such an idea is extraordinary! amazingly done!

    9. Paul McRae (Delta Niner) 35 months ago | reply

      I saw a video a couple of days at the yogurt shop that featured cassette tape art similar to this. I don't know who the band was (they weren't very good). I was wondering if you had anything to do with it?

    10. iri5 35 months ago | reply

      The video was for Bruno Mars "Just the Way You Are.." The video was inspired by my artwork, but I didn't physically make it - a team of animators brought the tape to life.

    11. Paul McRae (Delta Niner) 35 months ago | reply

      Cool! Thanks for the info. Do you know if they did it by hand or was it digital?

    12. iri5 34 months ago | reply

      I think it was all digital; you might be able to find a "making of" on youtube

    13. +48volt 29 months ago | reply

      Nice work.the fade at the bottom is the best.

    14. nur_moo_* 28 months ago | reply

      beautiful work

    15. Hueso del Baker 24 months ago | reply

      HEY IRIS, where did you get that black tape? all tape I know is brown

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