July ’04 Installment: Sommarlov

The music is called "Marigold", and was composed for July 2003 by Kate. The song can be downloaded freely on her website, n-heptane.

"Sommarlov" is swedish, and roughly translates to "Spring break", or "Summer holiday". The choice of theme is a reflection on the current bulk of rain Denmark is being hammered with currently… and of course hopes that it'll stop in time for my going to Roskilde Festival 2004 from the 1st – 4th of July…

So, in hopes of good weather for everyone this summer, I've tried to capture the feel of summer.

I think it worked out, mainly with credit given to Kate's great musical piece.

The pictures from this month are from my two recent photo collections from sweden, "Vännaryd" & "Kullen". Added to the composition is a techno-trixy pixelly effect that I first stumbled into when designing Greenpeace Amazon Crime Files sometime last year. It involves filling areas with aliased pixel-patterns, to achieve a flickering effect on the edge of big screens. Unfortunately, this part of the images didn't work so well.

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