Artists Create Incredible Mosaics Using 6,500 CDs

Artists Create Incredible Mosaics Using 6,500 CDs

Gregory Han
Aug 14, 2012

Here's an idea for what to do with all those compact discs you may not be listening to any more now you've moved over to digital format songs. The ironic twist? The CD mosaics of Jim Morrison, Michael Jackson, Jimmy Hendrix, Bob Marley, James Brown, Freddie Mercury, and Elvis were created by Mirco Pagano and Moreno De Turco as part of a questionable argument against CD piracy (the idea being, CD piracy supposedly "killed" these legends of music). Nonetheless, the results are impressive...

6500 CDs used, more than 200 hours, 6 photographic subjects, an installation and a video: these are the numbers of shows conceived by Mirco Pagano Piracy and Moreno De Turco subjects for which the icons of the music world recreated using the original CDs of their greatest hits.

Via Visual News

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