Four Tet’s Music Reimagined as Rare Soundwave Art Prints to Support Children Affected by War
Fans of Four Tet's can now take home a rare, autographed piece of art inspired by the iconic producer's sound and help children affected by war.
Visual artist Tim Wakefield founded the Soundwaves Art Foundation in 2005 with the goal to raise funds for charities all around the world. His organization teams up acclaimed musicians to create original pieces of art inspired by the soundwaves of their tracks.
In the past, the Soundwaves Art Foundation has collaborated with Flume, Tame Impala, James Blake, Depeche Mode, The Chainsmokers and more to produce special canvas prints. Now they've joined forces with one of electronic music's brightest minds, the deeply influential Four Tet.
Taking on his influential track "Two Thousand and Seventeen," from 2017's New Energy album, they created a trippy visualization of the soundwaves that make up the dulcimer-heavy classic.
Fans are now able to purchase one of only 100 exquisite limited edition prints, which were autographed by Four Tet before a recent show in New York at Avant Gardner. Proceeds from the sale will benefit War Child UK, a foundation that supports the needs of children in conflict areas.
You can purchase your own copy of Four Tet's "Two Thousand and Seventeen" as imagined by the Soundwaves Art Foundation here.[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=CUYboWbVe0A[/embed]