by Andy Yang
Acrylic on Vinyl Record
When I was growing up in the 1980s, The Cure's Disintegration LP cover design and music blew me away. I first heard the song "Lullaby" on one of the many cassette mix tapes my older brother brought home. The music was really dark and it spoke to me. I loved the horror of the album so much that I went on an assignment to get the full album on cassette and to check out all the songs. After years of exploring other music, I still come back to this album from time to time. I've always felt the album cover was a great abstract artwork (which would probably look better without Robert Smith on the cover). So here is my abstract take on the album cover (look out for the spider webs).
About The Artist
Andy Yang has been pursuing his passions in drawing, painting, performing and experimenting with different media for the last 12 years. Commercially, Andy has worked with both local and international agencies; to-date, his work has won numerous awards from D&AD UK, Communication Arts USA and Cannes Lions, amongst others.
As a multi-disciplinary artist who currently works with paintings and soundscapes, Andy has been actively exhibiting his works and participating in several successful joint exhibitions since 2007. In 2014, he was involved in an art project commissioned and curated by Sculpture Square Singapore for the new Farrer Park Hotel art collection; Andy’s commissioned paintings can be seen alongside renowned artists at this new venue which houses over 500 new works from the South-east Asia region.
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