Daniel Forni
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Onomatopoeia

 
 
 

Onomatopoeia

When we hear music, we are bombarded with moments, memories and imagery that are bound to the sound we are experiencing. And it becomes just that, an experience. With this project I endeavoured to depict a piece of music through typographic design, culminating in the production of an animation, a score, and a poster, that worked as a series. The chosen piece of music was the title sequence of 'The Bride of Frankenstein'.

With this series I strived to capture my feelings towards the piece of music without focusing on any influences from its original usage within 'The Bride of Frankenstein'. The body of work encapsulates the power of the music as a singular extract. The tone and sentiment of the piece allowed me to visualise my own concept, and create something that modified the typography organically, and seamlessly to the music.

Produced at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, in March 2013.