After 9 months, my second Physical Graffiti is complete! This was truly a labor of love. IF you haven't had a chance to see the progress I made previous to this, check out what I previously posted here. It tried my creativity, really pushed me to do better than the last Physical Graffiti. I am... Continue Reading →
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!
This interview was done at the height of Titanic mania on News 12 Long Island! While this interview is an aged interview, you can get an idea of the projects I was doing, and where I was going with my work. This ten minute segment on building of the Titanic and the carving of Led Zeppelin's... Continue Reading →
Sometimes you need to touch upon 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 see... Continue Reading →
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 →
The Jimi Hendrix Experience's third and final studio album, Electric Ladyland was released in 1968. This double album made it to number one and was poduced by Jimi Hendrix himself. This is a great picture of this piece. The colors are really vibrant and you can see the slight elevation of his profile.
A piece I did several years back needed a little make-over. In a previous post, you can see the original work with a wood stained frame. What do you think? I think with this new darker look that it really brings out the art so much better!
This was done many years ago, when I started working on album covers. I had stored this, and others, in my attic where I only just located it. My home is filled with pieces I have done over the years and am literally running out of room! Red Octopus was released in 1975 and was... Continue Reading →