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Friday, November 12, 2010

What Does Music on the Internet Look Like? (Pics)

Posted By on Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 2:51 PM

IRENE MANICONE/FREELANCE STYLIST
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For Internet Week Europe, which took place in London this past week, a contest was held: Can you draw the Internet? The challenge was put to both so-called creative professionals and "a bunch of 10-year-olds." While many different tacks were taken, several representations of the Internet dealt exclusively with music. The one we like most is up top -- a grim representation of the fate of the CD in the post-Internet world. (And yep, that one was done by a pro.) A few more thought-provoking pictures after the jump.

LISA GAMBLE/JPMH
  • Lisa Gamble/JPMH
Irene Manicone/Freelance stylist
Sure, the Internet is like a record. Except it never stops, doesn't scratch, never wears out, never needs to be turned over, and can't be sold when you're short rent money. Also, most of it doesn't sound as good as Sgt. Pepper's.

LISA GAMBLE/JPMH
  • Lisa Gamble/JPMH
Lisa Gamble/JPMH

Aside from the pinkness of the background and the whiteness of the dude -- the Internet is a big place, Euros! -- we think the sentiment here rings true. We certainly aren't giving it up.

Check out more visual representations of the intertubes here.

[via Urlesque]

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