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Sara Soper

MA Communication Design student work by MA student Sara Soper, reimagined album covers
MA Communication Design student work by MA student Sara Soper, reimagined album covers
MA Communication Design student work by MA student Sara Soper, reimagined album covers
MA Communication Design student work by MA student Sara Soper, reimagined album covers
MA Communication Design student work by MA student Sara Soper, reimagined album covers
MA Communication Design student work by MA student Sara Soper, reimagined album covers
MA Communication Design student work by MA student Sara Soper, reimagined album covers
MA Communication Design student work by MA student Sara Soper, reimagined album covers

My practice revolves around the visual representations of music pieces. My reimagined album cover designs are conceived drawing from the bold attitudes of eccentric muses by the likes of; Bowie and his desire for individualism, Linder Sterling with her unapologetic feminist provocation, and confrontational spirit of the punk movement in the 70s.

From delving deep into self-directed case studies of various personas and subcultures, I have strived to encapsulate their “essence” within my visual manifestations. My aim was not only to channel their energy visually but to also appropriately represent the musicians works that I have chosen.

My creative method consists of a fusion between traditional hand cut collage and digital distortion. Hand cut collage being one of the foundations of my practice is a very tactile and visceral process with perpetual experimentation.  I rely immensely on the moment during designing, trusting inner intuition. It is in this way that I embrace a sense of chaos, coherent with my fascination for Dadaism. Everything is spontaneous yet is driven forward by the intent of broadcasting a specific message.

Lizzie Starling