Ramblings of a Scotsman in Shanghai: Girls Like Mystery album now ready! (Part 1 - got my work cut out here for me)
lAs the title says, my Britpop/soft rock band Girls Like Mystery have their album tracks ready now and have been giving it a good listen before we start to do our promo for the album release at Yuyintang on 13th September.
I must say, I am very proud of how this album has turned out, and the…
I finished this album cover about a month before finishing the Threshold of Forest project, and I think it’s pretty indicative of how my current style is developing.
I’d like to thank the History Channel’s Ancient Aliens for feeding me the crazy I’ve needed to power through this artistic bender.
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Scientist and photographer Jon Smith has been publishing these stunning high speed photos of glass bulbs filled with different items. He talks about his curious work:
Sure, it starts out as a normal light bulb and ends as a pile of broken glass, but for just a split second, it’s something beautiful – and to capture that is wonderful.
via Twisted Sifter
Shanghai’s The Horde release a mellow shot-in-the-studio video for their song “Shakespeare’s Coat”. Filmed by Egill Bjarki, edited by Rob Ellis. -i
Friends of mine kicking ass musically!
On fire lately. Check out the latest batch
Using worn out suitcases as his printing medium, Israeli artist Yuval Yairi creates sepia-toned photographs packed with history. The innovative series Memory Suitcases is a truly original project that’s well worth checking out.
These are amazing