27.9.09

CIRCLE of EYES Vs. Hazmat, Oakland 230909

Thanks to Kevin Roseman for capturing another dirge.

Circle Of Eyes - at Hazmat 9.23.2009



NOTE: the barking dog @2m26s - I feel really brought the set together

17.9.09

- Additional, varied and collected works -



Hi everybody, despite the design work that you typically see me update – here are a variety of projects that I had worked on that ARE NOT CREEPY:

WWW.VIRALOPTIC.COM

Thanks for looking!


16.9.09

rd.2

15.9.09

Scott Miller of AQ + Kevin Yuen of FERMENTÆ September 30th



11.9.09

THE MOLTER


PROCESS: outdoor shooting-range //x3).50 cal (12.7 mm) mauser rounds >> (thanks gramps!) newsprint + bristol board + masking tape >> charcoal, chalk, screen-printing, pen + pencil >> digital camera and PS

10.9.09

MAAP - Multiple Artist Ambient Project

from Daniel Davis's site:

Source: carlsagansghost.com

"This Project will be produced and released under a Creative Commons license.

Brian Eno’s idea for ambient music was birthed from a Zaireeka-like (Flaming Lips…) experience: while sick in the hospital, he could hear music being played softly from down the hall. When mixed in with the noises of the surroundings, the music took on an ambient quality - it couldn’t be fully listened to, and yet it couldn’t be ignored.

I say we complete the circle and record a multiple-artist album in multiple-parts that are meant to be played simultaneously in a mix-and-match fashion up to the listener’s preference. Each participating artist will record their own part for each composition. These parts will then be assembled by the listener for a unique, interactive listening experience.

The parts can be downloaded and then assembled via an audio editor like Audacity.

The parts can be downloaded and then played simultaneously on different audio devices.

The parts can be played via an interactive website to be designed at a later date (WILL need some help with this one).

Stay tuned for more information."

9.9.09

- CURSED interview -