Well.. first... the albums. I love Jill Tracy
, and if you like Amanda Palmer, The Dresden Dolls, Voltaire, or Nicki Jaine, you'll probably like Jill Tracy too. Until Halloween, her album Into the Land of Phantoms
is on sale at CDBaby for 9.99 for the disk, or 8.99 for the MP3 version. At 125 Records
you can get a signed copy of The Bittersweet Constrain and an unsigned copy Into the Land of Phantoms for 23 dollars. Which is what I got. I had bought The Bittersweet Constrain off itunes the day it came out, and knew I wanted a physical copy of it. This
is the first song off that album.
Into the Land of Phantoms is a score composed for the 1922 film Nosferatu
and is all instrumental, it's lovely, haunting, and just a bit creepy. A great album for Halloween. Since Nosferatu is available for download and public domain, you could download it and show it with the album playing. Which is kind of what I plan to do.
I drew some wallpapers last week if anyone is interested.This Little Light of Mine
Playing with some text effects.The wonder of it all
Just messing around, but E really likes how this one turned out.Peace symbol
I realized I hadn't drawn a vector peace symbol yet. How silly is that? Fixed now. I have one in vector format and did this with it. Blues and greensPeace symbol 2
Same thing, just a bit greener.
All images are 1280x1024.
Just for fun, I animated the peace symbol into a small tag.
Well.. I posted about Mike's missing bag on craigslist. And I'm going to make up a couple reward flyers to post in the neighborhood.
Truth is.. if you knew me 15 years ago when I was making mix tapes.. Jill Tracy is one I would so put on the mix tape that got the most circulation. If you knew me way back then, you might remember the one I'm talking about? It had The Tattooed Rose and Bright Lights/Black Leather on it?