Bob Dylan’s “Positively 4th Street” Converted Into Modern Art Image

cNoteART, which turns music into art, transformed Bob Dylan’s “Positively 4th Street” into Fine Art.

New York, NY, April 05, 2010 --( cNoteART, a company that can turn any song into fine art (a “cNOTE”), is pleased to announce that it has converted “Positively 4th Street” by Bob Dylan into a modern art image. The Positively 4th Street cNOTE is available in both Fine Art and Museum Series Custom Prints.

"The Positively 4th Street cNOTE has a lot of meaning for me,” Erik Rosen, Founder of cNoteART, said. “In the depths of my second stem cell transplant for lymphoma, I experienced a phenomenon known as synesthesia in which I saw music. I did not hear it. When I got out of the hospital, I tried to convert songs into the images I saw during the 35-day procedure. Positively 4th Street was the first cNOTE that worked on a synesthetic level. Now, it is available for others to experience.”

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About cNoteART: Turn Any Song into Modern Art. A cNOTE is a musical image. It is Music transformed into Fine Art. Colored Rectangles in cNOTE images represent musical notes. Wider rectangles equal notes of longer duration. Rectangle color indicates a note’s pitch. Erik Rosen discovered cNOTE during a stem cell transplant. cNoteART is the only source for cNOTEs. We use the finest materials and offer a 100% Proof Guarantee on custom pieces. Prices range from $100 to $10,000.

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