I love music. It has always played an important role in my life since childhood. I remember listening to Michael Jackson, Depeche Mode or Perfect on the tape recorder. Later, this passion deepened. For a while, I even worked on reactivating a vinyl records factory in Poland. I remember exactly when I had iTunes installed on my computer, which showed the album covers. It worked the same in iPads and it was called Cover Flow. Thanks to this feature I remember quite well the covers of my favorite albums.
I tried to recall the albums that were important to me for various reasons. I was looking for their titles in my head and remembered the covers (Internet helped me, of course). Then I tried to redraw them as faithfully as possible. I was prepared for 140 titles, but finally I managed to remember 79.
It took a long time – half a day. It gave me fun and my girlfriend Agata helped me a bit.
Indeed, this chart reminds me of my family’s cassette collection. Does anyone else remember that sometimes a pen was used to rewind the cassettes? 🙂
I think I listen to music more frequently than Klaudia. At work, Newonce Radio is on almost all the time. However, I dance less for sure: / Which, to be clear, I regret very much 🙂
I love listening to music, especially in the last, pandemic year (which also coincides with the start of my regular Spotify subscription). I love music, even though I do not know much about it and I do not follow the lives of artists or industry news.
Music accompanies me most often at work, where it helps me focus and relax. I love film and classical music. During the pandemic, I also started dancing more at home (mainly to my favorite hits from the 60-70-80-90) and I really appreciate those moments of detachment!
I wrote down where and when I listened to music. I knew work would be the broadest category, but I wanted to see how it would compare with other areas of my life.
Yes, I missed a good bar chart! Plus, I wanted the postcard to somehow reflect the topic: music. All in all, the postcard came out quite ordinary, but I’m happy with it. The arrangement of the “blocks” reminds me a bit of the cassettes I listened to at the beginning of elementary school.
Wow. Is it really not printed? An unusual postcard. I like it very much. I didn’t think so many details would fit into a small piece of paper. And I also have a personal reflection: I don’t remember any album cover from my life. I don’t think I ever paid any attention to it.