Posts Tagged ‘Music’

Erasure cd set available for pre order, or win a free set

Thursday, October 22nd, 2015


This year is the 30th anniversary of Erasure, and Andy Bell and Vince Clarke are celebrating their enduring and award-winning partnership with a brand new deluxe CD ‘Best Of’. and it is my art work on tthe covers!!!!

My art work graces the deluxe 3CD set features a disc of hits, and two discs of remixes – some old and some new, packaged with a special booklet and archive photographs.

Sign up to win a free set here

Or pre-order your set here

Great article with Andy Bell and Vince Clarke

Erasure, more artwork revealed

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

erasure cd 2

erasure cd 3

PREORDER YOUR ERASURE 30th anniversary compilation here


Thursday, September 17th, 2015

Super thrilled and excited to have artwork used for the 30th anniversary compilation album for the band Erasure. Check it out here:

the artwork being used stems from one of my original images:

erasure online heart

This is the anniversary compilation to be available October 30th.

I will also have a “giveawway” from this site once the cds are released.


Thursday, October 13th, 2011

I really just want these girls, the english accent, wow, it gets me, so so darn cute

Rare Watermelon Bird alert

Sunday, March 27th, 2011

This rare watermelon bird is flying on over to Karen Gilbert’s house. Karen makes beautiful jewelry see her work here.

Speaking of rare birds, have you heard Steve Martin’s Band? Their new album titled “Rare Bird Alert” is getting rave reviews. If you like the banjo and folk music, give a listen!

Rare Bird ALert

the wilderness downtown cool!

Sunday, September 5th, 2010

This week, pop culture critic Chuck Klosterman got right to the heart of the Arcade Fire’s appeal with a Tweet about “The Wilderness Downtown,” the online, interactive short film by Chris Milk that features “We Used to Wait” from the band’s new album, “The Suburbs.” Klosterman wrote that “the Arcade Fire have figured out the one thing everyone is equally interested in: their own memory.”

“The Wilderness Downtown” is a Google Chrome Experiment, and works best in that browser. The website ( asks you to plug in the address of your childhood home, sit back and watch a combination of choreographed browser windows open, move and close in time with the music. Using Google street view and satellite maps, 3-D canvas rendering and real-time compositing, the movie follows an androgynous child running through a neighborhood that looks just like yours, followed by a flock of birds swooping across the aerial view.

You can even write a postcard to your former self and send it back to the suburb whence you came. If your family moved around a lot, as mine did, try each address you can remember and be transported back to a time when you hoped something pure could last.

— Erin Keane, The Courier-Journal

Know your childhood address? type it in and watch the child run to your neighborhood till he stops in front of your house. really cool!


Thursday, August 30th, 2007

Temps are way to high in southern Cali, I’m melting. 

I’m thinking about listing giclees and prints on ebay since all fees are waived for the month of September.

repeat visitors here know that my brother passed away recently. I kept a few cds that he had, like Pink Floyd and Frank Zappa, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath and a few others I thought I would give a listen to. I’ve actually never listened to the full albums of any of these because generally I don’t care for hard rock. Anyway, I’m really loving Dark Side of the Moon. I’m just not sure if I can get through Nine Inch Nails however.