Jupiter, a mash-up of sonic and visual trickery

An unprecedented collaboration of four creative minds, -Adrian Yeo of ktone.fm (music production), Clara Teo of Fakenylon (interactive), Ryan Lee of Frommetofu (video) and James Khing of Bangers & Mash (graphic design)-  Jupiter is the result of a freejam.

The inspiration of the artpiece is designing for, from and with music. It stemmed from James‘ background in Zouk and LifeBrandz where he had to design flyers and other collaterals to showcase the musicians who came to the clubs.  From there he created many unique design styles, the most popular being the deconstruction of machines and re-creation into more futuristic contraptions.

When tasked with the launch project of ktone.fm, James decided to revive this style and Jupiter is reanimated to make the experience for the user more interactive. “Users click on each individual image of the DJ to produce an electronic sound (clips from tracks produced by Adrian), and can click it again should they wish to stop the sound. They can play up to four different electronic sounds simultaneously, thus becoming “music producers” in their own right, as they try to match the sounds with each other.”

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