Not much to say about it, except that I like how the boy's precarious position in the icy water conjures a sense of doom that is perfectly fitting for The Great Tyrant's ominous synth-metal.
Also, I'd like to give a late honorable mention to Christina Childress at Switch Creative Group for the posters she created for the Sabra Laval show, part of the Switch Concert Series at the agency's "Hoffice" (house office) back in August. Unfortunately, I didn't see them until after the show, but they're certainly worth pointing out anyway. Check 'em out after the jump.
Writes Childress in an e-mail, "The poster was inspired by one of Sabra's lyrics from the song 'Blank Look': 'I lost my heart back where I started...' which worked out nicely to visually connect her song to the American Heart Association. The poster was available in six different fabric patterns and came with a fabric heart attached."
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