Facts about Synesthesia In Music

An eminent Missouri-based illustrator Melissa McCracken dyes music. As the synesthetic, sounds that she actually hears regularly if this is anyoneís name or the song on radio which are interpreted into beautiful, vibrant colors which carry the tempo of beautiful melodies. McCrackenís bright paintings twig from her longing just to capture her regular skills so that others can realize the bright, drenched world she lives. Her acrylic and oil paintings shows bits and pieces of the dizzyingly remarkable sights she realizes and gets each day. Know about synesthesia music or synesthesia in art by opening the given link. Source:mymodernmet, h/t: [Bored Panda], All images via Melissa McCracken.

Via:Radiohead – Lucky

Via:Prince – Joy in Repetition

Via:David Bowie – Life on Mars?

Via:Jimi Hendrix – Little Wing

Via:John Lennon – Imagine

Via:Glass Animals – Flip

Via:Soulive – Interlude II

Via:Smashing Pumpkins – Tonight, Tonight

Via:Led Zeppelin – Since I’ve Been Loving You

Via:John Mayer – Gravity

Via:Airhead – Callow

Via:Radiohead – Karma Police