Sunday, October 14, 2012

Surround Sound

Here's a print ad campaign for the Berliner Philharmoniker orchestra that really gets into the music.  

Under the art direction of Bjorn Ewers of ad agency Scholz and Friends Berlinphotographers Mierswa & Kluska used a macro lens to shoot inside the instruments.  Suddenly, a pipe organ becomes a gleaming cathedral and a violin, a vast empty theatre.

Forcing the point of view to an extreme, but effective solution, these beautiful images give us a whole new way to appreciate music.

Learn more about the Berliner Philharmoniker HERE.

Visit the site of photographers Mierswa & Kluska HERE.


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