My good friend and colleague Luke Preece has opened a Big Cartel shop selling some prints of his artwork. At the moment he’s working on his own versions of band posters and you can expect to see more there over the next few months!
If you have any requests (especially rock or metal) then you can get in touch with him via his shop.
A quick note to any of my animator friends!
My good friend and very talented musicial Rhii is looking to take on some commission work for some original sountracks for any animations you might be working on, if you’re looking for someone at the moment then you can preview her works here: www.soundcloud.com/rhianwilliams-2
Send her a message if you’re interested.
The world’s first DJ booth. AWESOME.
'In 1910 Leon Gaumont demonstrated his Chronophone system, which synchronised sound and film, at the Gaumont Palace in Paris. The compressed-air amplifier, which he called the Eglephone, was just a part of the whole system. The volume was enough for an audience of 4000.
Initially the longest moving picture that could be made with synchronised sound was only 200ft, due to the limited playing time of the Gramophone record. (Projection was at 16 frames per second) Gaumont surmounted this problem by having two gramophone platters; a deft operator could switch between them to give a more or less continuous soundtrack.’