Friday, 25 July 2014

photo synthesis #2

Vintage images sampled, cropped and remixed in a random fashion for the hell of it. #2


Thursday, 24 July 2014

Steranko writ Large

Jim Steranko's Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD: Artist's Edition

This morning I was wondering why I was drinking my coffee with an aching left arm and then I remembered lugging this HUMONGOUS book home from my friendly neighbourhood Orbital shop yesterday. I don't regret it one bit though, in fact I still can't quite take in just how awesome this book is. You can get an idea of the kind of scale we're talking here, by comparing it to the regular comic I've placed next to it. The pages inside are absolutely stunning, and you can see the way Jim Steranko developed his style from the first collaborations with Jack Kirby through to his solo outings, honing his considerable skills with each issue. Graphic!



Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Ben Eshmade meets DJ Food



ARCTIC CIRCLE PRESENTS SPACE IN THIS PLACE – Friday 8 August 2014
With DJ Food, Astronauts, Transept and Paddy Steer.

This August the ArcelorMittal Orbit at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London will present a series of late night events which includes a Silent Disco on the 15th August and a live broadcast from East London Radio to kick off the bank holiday on Friday 22nd August.

This podcast focusses specifically on the first event in the series on Friday 8th August – Arctic Circle presents Space in this Place. An immersive evening of space-themed sounds which will permeate the twisting red steel structure of the incredible sculpture.

Ben Eshmade explores the event with some of those involved including an exclusive interview with DJ Food and Paddy Steer.

For more information and to book ticket for these events please click HERE. For a regular series of music based podcasts including exclusive mixes and sessions from Arctic Circle Radio check out jointhecircle.net/radio.

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Arctic Circle Radio

Covered!

Now that is an interesting cover design. Plus, I happen to like Cameron Diaz, ever since I saw her in Vanilla Sky. As for Stephen King, here's a shot I took of him back in '83.


Sunday, 20 July 2014

Jaime Sommers

From my cuttings file and the 1970s, a lovely (uncredited) portrait of Lindsay Wagner. I wish I'd written the date and name of the magazine on it in retrospect, though it's most likely from somewhere between 1976 and 1978, which is when The Bionic Woman aired. I'm loving that typestyle!

Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)

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