#92 1 2 3&4

 

1 2 3&4

 


#92 1 2 3&4
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Remem­ber Lawrence Welk? He would use a lot more than just one amper­sand in his musi­cal count…

A one & a two & a…”

I’m keep­ing the count sim­ple: two quar­ters, two eighths and anoth­er quarter.

This Amper­Art con­cept, “1 2 3&4,”  was inspired by a book cov­er I designed recent­ly for one of my favorite clients, Jen­nifer Eklund. She has a fab­u­lous piano instruc­tion series called “Piano Pron­to.” Her lat­est book, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with piano instruc­tor Kris Skalet­s­ki of Kid­dyKeys, is called “Road­trip! Your Musi­cal Jour­ney” and is per­fect to keep the kids enter­tained and edu­cat­ed whether in the car or tak­ing a “pre­tend trip” in your home. This fun music learn­ing book will be avail­able in time for Christ­mas. Sub­scribe to Jen­nifer­’s won­der­ful newslet­ter at pianopron​to​.com. You’ll be noti­fied when “Road­trip!” is available.

PianoPron​to​.com fea­tures piano instruc­tion for “all ages and all stages.”

Kid​dyKeys​.com fea­tures music explo­ration and piano prepa­ra­tion for preschool-​age children.


chaz sez ...

The count 1 2 3&4 is what I hear every time I take cha cha lessons. I’m still a begin­ner, although I’ve tak­en the same begin­ner class sev­er­al times already. (I get my 1’s & 2’s & 3’s & 4’s mixed up.)


Production notes for #92 1 2 3&4:
Original size: 20x30 inches
Program: Adobe Illustrator
Font: Bodoni Poster
Ampersand: Bodoni Poster Italic
Credits for #92 1 2 3&4:
Staff & notes repurposed from client’s Piano Pronto book cover design. Visit pianopron​to​.com for a superb piano lesson course—pronto!

For pro­fes­sion­al graph­ic design, please vis­it Des­i­mone Design.

Desimone? Damn good!

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One thought to “#92 1 2 3&4”

  1. I LOVE the cha-​cha, Chaz! (Yes, I recall tep­ping on toes, too!) And I love mem­o­ries of Lawrence Welk! And, most of all, I love your newest Amper­Art! It is so and jazzy and whim­si­cal­ly fun!

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