over a fear of hurdles

Posted by on Feb 19, 2014 in Culture, Film, Inspire, Music, Uncategorized

Filthy sick Lakai-Fully Flared intro! Direction by Ty Evans, Spike Jonze, and Cory Weincheque.

every last bit

Posted by on Sep 17, 2013 in Inspire, Music, Science

“Except for the musician’s voice, everything you hear is coming from a vintage console or computer peripheral,” James Houston. Video by James Houston

she’s a firecracker

Posted by on Jul 4, 2013 in Drawing, Love, Music

be more like those tolerant

Posted by on Jun 18, 2013 in Drawing, Music, Process

Nice hot day today in NYC, which made me want a big ol’ banana split. Like the kind you’d find on main street in Disney World when it’s like a hundred degrees out and you have melted ice cream all over and you’re trying to eat it and draw the marching band going by at […]

seeing is hearing

Posted by on Jun 11, 2013 in Consider, Music, Process, Science

Looking into cymatics in relation to a project and having fun with Chladni patterns. Video shows a basic Chladni Plate and frequency generator, although I prefer the original violin bow method. Note the increased frequency changes the pattern to greater complexity.

tarzan couldn’t take this kind of hot

Posted by on May 31, 2013 in Cinema, Inspire, Music, Process

Opening title sequence for Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. David Fincher, Director. Tim Miller, Creative Director, Blur Studio.

tangibility

Posted by on Apr 23, 2013 in Consider, Inspire, Music

“Getting out of your chair at home to experience something in the real world has started to become a rare occurrence, and to a lot of people, an unnecessary one… There’s no romance in a mouse click.”- Jack White. Here’s more from his commentary: Years ago someone told me that 1,200 high school kids were […]

keepsake

Posted by on Apr 22, 2013 in Consider, Music

Making music is always fun. Making a record is even better. And by record, I mean a beautifully packaged and warm toned music recording on vinyl. I’m headin’ over to Third Man Records in Nashville to try out their refurbished 1947 voice-o-graph machine. It’s “the only working vinyl record recording booth open to the public […]