This design is by Stacy Smith of RISD. She did this as part of her thesis and is calling her project Impressions of Resistance: Volume 1 and wrote on Facebook:
This one broke my heart. There is still music, and hope.
Stacy created this design after an interview with Peter, who teaches physics at the University of Rhode Island and loves Renaissance music. The background is nuclear physics in somebody’s hand-written notes. At the bottom, between the houses is a vocal manuscript from around 1600. What a stunning design!
If Stacy’s print sells, the $600 will go to Fossil Free Rhode Island. Here are the details for her exhibition and its opening:
Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) 2017 Thesis Exhibition Opening Reception
Wednesday May 24 from 6-8pm (cash bar)
May 25-June 3,
Show open daily from 12-5, 10:30-6 on June 4
Rhode Island Convention Center, Hall A, One Sabin St., Providence