Movie sounds

Posted to Data Art  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

Moviesound is a goofy yet charming look at sounds in movies. Imagine sound waves visualized and then replace some of the spikes with illustrations that have to do with the movie of interest, and there you go. The project is mostly static posters, but the handful of short videos are the best. Here’s the sound of Darth Vader breathing:

The Jurassic Park poster is pretty good too.

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