If you’re in Hollywood any time soon, don’t miss the window display at the renowned Amoeba Hollywood music store, which is currently splashed with amazing vinyl album cover collages by Graham Moore, a graphic design instructor at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising.
Amoeba posted an interview with Moore about his designs currently on display at the Ivar Street window of Amoeba Hollywood where Moore visits weekly to acquire new vinyl for his art pieces.
“My process is employing techniques that I use and teach in my design classes, techniques I learned in art school, applying the basic elements and principles of design and the technique of collage,” says Moore.
Moore also recently designed the logo and promotional materials for FIDM Museum & Galleries current exhibition “RIPPED: Expressions from the Underground” which explores the art and influence of punk rock on design and culture. Curated by artist/musician, Cesar Padilla, the exhibit includes 150 band T-shirts, photographs, posters, and related ephemera from the punk, post-punk and indie rock eras.
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