Did you know that in 1991, Rolling Stone magazine said that Aoxomoxoa was the 8th best album cover, ever? I did not know that. But I can see why. When it comes to finding projects on wood to do, I want to find something that challenges my abilities and creativity. With wood, it isn't just... Continue Reading →
Creativity. I find joy, calm and passion in my work, especially wood working. It is something wholly different to any other medium. Each time I work on wood, I see the improvements to my work, the attention to detail. I'd like to think I am fine tuning my skills with each piece. I sold my... Continue Reading →
Back onto wood work! I have done this album cover twice already and sold them both. Time to make a new one. And already I am seeing the improvement. Each time I pick up a piece of wood and start carving and sanding, the elements I am after become sharper, clearer and it drives me... Continue Reading →
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.
I am really excited how this is coming out! What do you think? Does the wood work give justice to the cover?Ever work in wood? And as an artist, do you share progress on your work or do you only reveal upon completion?
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!