Viktor Hertz's Minimalist Pictogram Posters

by Elia

The last time we checked in with Swedish designer Viktor Hertz, he had created a series of minimalist pictogram posters for songs like Radiohead’s “Exit Music (for a Film)” and Pixies’ “Where Is My Mind.” But if you’re growing weary of the vogue for minimalism, perhaps you’ll be interested Hertz’s next music-obsessed project, a set of decidedly maximalist pictogram posters, each of which interprets a slew of songs by a rock ‘n’ roll icon.

David Bowie’s poster, for example, features a baby in an stars-and-stripes diaper (“Young Americans”), canines with gems for heads (“Diamond Dogs”), and a guy holding a globe with a price tag on it (“The Man Who Sold the World”). Solve these and more stylish riddles in our gallery, and if you’re interested in owning the posters, you can do that by supporting Hertz’s FundedByMe campaign.

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via: flavorwire