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Sound Changes Everything


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Javier Fuentes


Printing and home printer

When people-watching I often wonder what beats are streaming through their headphones. Be it walking down the street, riding a train, in the middle of the airport—you will always find someone who is being influenced by what they see and what they listen. And the person next to them is having a different experience, simply by the difference in sounds in their head. 




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Production Cost


Production Time

1 week

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

7 × 7 × 1 in.

Page Count

46 Pages

Paper Stock

Mohawk paper / Pro line Matte
French Paper / Construction

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Project Description

This project is about sound and its influence on perception. At first the concept was to create a book with only photographs of Boston in black and white; then I noticed that every time I look at the pictures while listening to a certain song I would get a different feeling. After this I decided to record some instrumental tracks and make an EP to be released with the book, so the viewer can experience the same thing I did while designing the book. To create more emphasis on sound I added a word that describes sound to each picture.

Production Lesson(s)

Always make a dummy.”

Post Author

Author Picture

Bryony Gomez-Palacio

Editor of FPO and co-founder of UnderConsideration LLC.

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Date Published

March 28, 2013


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Music Packaging


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