Atoms for Peace Album Artwork Comes to Life With A Building Sized Animated GIF

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The artwork displayed on Radiohead offshoot project, Atoms for Peace debut album cover looks cool enough as it is. As per usual though, Thom Yorke and his XL Recordings collaborators have found a way to make it even cooler, turning the real into the unreal.

A new work of art entitled “Hollywood Dooom” has been erected in Los Angeles as a tribute to the art found on “AMOK.” The piece protrays a scene of Armageddon in Los Angeles, and after hours of sweltering work, the piece has come alive and been turned into an animated GIF, or moving image.

“The original artwork was created by Stanley Donwood, and it was interpreted by INSA. He repainted the XL Recordings office in L.A. several times in order to create the massive animated image.”

Head over to XL Recordings website to take a look at a collection of images capturing the making of this project, resulting in a really cool GIF.

Supergroup Atoms for Peace will release their debut album “AMOK” on January 28th through XL Recordings.

Image Credit: XL Recordings


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