I showed the journey I took in making a new wood plaque of the cover. This time, I wanted to make it using an alternative cover by Storm Thorgerson.
It's great to see someone who has just as much passion as I do for Rock n Roll. My Guns 'n Roses has been sold!
The Division Bell, made a new for a client. Take a look at the journey, from just a carving to the finished product!
I am going back to my roots. As you might know, my work first started back in the late 80’s using wood as a medium, in many instances making three dimensional paintings using a router and other carving tools to give depth to my work. I have recently sold some of my original pieces, the 3-D... Continue Reading →
Sometimes you need to touch up on work done years past. A fresh, clean look to a great but aged piece. For Physical Graffiti, it was time. Before And now after! Not only is the frame black but I touched up the brownstones themselves. It has a more realistic look on what you can expect to... Continue Reading →
A very talented photographer from England, Tony Murtagh, has been gracious enough to feature my work on his site! It's amazing when artists work together and share each others talents and resources. Check out Tony's site and my featured piece. You can also see Tony on Facebook, Flickr and Twitter!
Guns N' Roses done on wood, 3 dimensional using a router. Painted using acrylics. This can be seen on their Rarities 1985-1994 album cover as well as on their Greatest Hits, however done black and white.
The 1978 release of Boston's Don't Look Back is a 3 dimensional carving of the album cover to highlight the album art work. An added feature to this album, thread has been introduced, accenting the beams of light, adding to the multi dimensional view of the cover. Below are some new images to help show the... Continue Reading →