Some visual goodies from the actual launch night in London town...including some snaps and a video featuring yours truly.
August saw Technicolour Moon commissioned to produce a visual art package for the DJ Duffstep. This saw 3 members in Denni, Krish and myself producing a typical Tech Moon b/w illustration in the garden to themes relating to the album tracks. This was filmed live as we drew it, and this will eventually form a time-lapsed video to accompany tracks on his album. Certain areas of the board will also be cropped and then used to cover the EP releases. (click to listen) The deal also saw us travel to London to perform another live drawing at the album launch party at the Cargo club...I will cover this in the next post.
Here are some images of the board 'suspended in the trees' - the video is in post-production as we speak - exciting stuff, my stuff is hugging the left hand side towards the middle - Denni through to Krish on the right...
The first was the Baker underwater test. Enough said, just think hiow much wildlife dies each time.
The second was the Tsar bomb - 50 megatonnes of bomb. Apparently this gave 3rd degree burns at 60km away...sickening to think we even think about testing this.
Frightening, fascinating, incredible, horrific, there are no superlatives to describe these images, yet I find myself unable not to look at them for ages at a time. I can't keep from coming back to them, as much as I hate the fact that they exist; if you were to remove all context to the image then they are...still; just...disgusting.
Yes these are all real images.
These images are sourced from the above PDF. The unfortunate thing is, you have probably recognised a couple yourself. Click on each image to enlarge and reveal the name.