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Alice in Chains' Layne Staley captured by legendary photographer, Kevin Estrada at Lollapalooza on August 7, 1993 at Santa Fe Dam in Irwindale, CA, and turned into a moving poster cinemagraph. The most unique collectible for the ultimate 90s grunge fan.

Notes from the photographer:

A new “Alternative” music scene was exploding at the time and Alice In Chains quickly emerged as one of the champions.  Within 2 years, I saw the band go from being an opening act in clubs to being a headliner at the 1993 Lollapalooza festival tour.

I will never forget how fierce their shows were…my hands would get clammy as the lights would go out and the show was about to begin.  You never knew what you were going to get - were they going to come out like monsters and rip the stage apart on the first song or were they going to set the mood with a deep, dark, slow opener.  It was all about intensity.  This dark energy was the core of Alice In Chains.

I have always loved this shot I snapped of Layne that night – I feel that it truly captures who he really was – dark, strong and unpredictable with an unfathomable focus and vision.

What are Infinite Objects?

Infinite Objects are visual-only moving posters infinitely looping animations of your favorite moments. They are next-generation collectibles for the digital world of music, art and more. They do not include any audio and there is no setup or configuration needed. When you pick them up, they turn on in your hands (like magic!) and the video begins permanently looping, infinitely. Learn more here.

This piece is part of our Music Moments Collection, curated by Zeal.

This is a Video Print

No buttons, no setup, no apps,
just video art you can hold.