The Chaperada Experiment needs artwork to go along with the release of a new song. The artwork should reflect the overall theme of the song, should be clear, and scale easily from 453x453 down to 81x81 while still being recognizable. Use of stock photography/images is fine, but should not include any recognizable trademarks.
The new song is called “Maha”. It’s a composition about life, and how it is not predictable and takes some unexpected twists and turns along the way. It is constructed in three sections: the first section being youth, where things are shifting around you, but still has a fairly predictable pattern. The second section is early adulthood, where you are on your own, and things are changing around you in unpredictable ways as you learn to handle it on your own. The third section is maturity, where things have smoothed out, and you feel like you have life pretty well figured out.
The artwork should focus on the aspect of trying to figure out what life is about, and how it can be confusing to make your way through it. Maybe an image of a person looking at a map (life) in confusion, or of life being a jigsaw puzzle, or life being something confusing to figure out. Maybe an image with someone getting conflicting directions on which direction to turn. Maybe an image of someone following a different path from the crowd. Maybe something I haven’t thought of as a possibility. Whatever you come up with, it should be irreverent, reflect a sense of humor, and not be overly serious.