GRAMMY Museum — Neil Diamond: I Am, I Said.

from one huge name in music to the next.

besides the resurrection of the Michael Jackson exhibit, The GRAMMY Museum is showcasing another American music icon: Neil Diamond. when i started to concept for this project i tried to soak up the decades of his album’s artwork, his lifetime of achievements and his influence on a generation. of all the research, The Jazz Singer had the flavor and graphic look that, to me, carried the most impact. i feel Neil Diamond fans, and anyone, can identify him through this artwork.

here is the poster i designed for the show that will be on display through january 17, 2010. the artwork will also show up in other promotional materials.

neil diamond by brianprince !!!!!

to get more information on the exhibit (click here.)

neil diamond by brianprince !!!!!

The GRAMMY Museum unveils I Am, I Said: Selections from the Neil Diamond Collection. This one-of-a-kind exhibit features a selection of personal and iconic pieces from Diamond’s own archives.

some textures of Neil:

Neil Diamond at The GRAMMY Museum

Neil Diamond at The GRAMMY Museum

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