Swedish techno legend teams up with design school

June 15, 2010 | Posted by The MIDI Thief | 2 Comments
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[youtube width="445" height="250"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VQmbmHw0r4[/youtube]

The Swedish techno legend, Håkan Lidbo, has teamed up Berghs School of Communication. The students were given one track each to make a visual interpretation. The most significant audio elements in the music should have  a visual counterpart and they should synch together. The project has been collected on a DVD that you can buy from Håkan’s web site. A release party will be held tomorrow night (Wednesday june 16) at the notorious 2:35.1 night club at Berns in Stockholm. Watch more examples at Håkan’s web site.

Video by Philip Cronerud & Richard Feldeus

2 Responses to Swedish techno legend teams up with design school

  1. håkan lidbo says:

    this video is made by philip cronerud and richard feldeus.

  2. An interesting collab!

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