James Hopkins and His Great Wall of Musical Tech

James Hopkins and His Great Wall of Musical Tech

Anthony Nguyen
Nov 19, 2009

Sometimes art just happens by mistake. The Selby comes to mind as a great example, with their excellently composed shots of creative folks and their spaces. Then, there are those like James Hopkins, who utilizes this chaos to make a point on our musical youth culture. Included on the shelf are, but is not limited to, disco balls, shiny speakers, and an array of our past digital lovers - the compact disc.

The above art by James Hopkins is titled, "Wasted Youth." It's based off one of his older works which has been featured on AT last year:

Kind of makes you want to reorganize all that "stuff" you have laying in your attic to create something crazy, no? I sure do. Perhaps I can finally make good use of that box of old film reels I found last month in my parents' backyard shed...

[Via Today and Tomorrow]

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