Regardless, Crobot continue to fill a void. Since emerging inthe group have quietly cemented themselves among the rising rock vanguard. During latethe boys started to write what would become Motherbrain. Corey made it digestible and appealing for not just dudes with beards or chicks with dicks. The album cover photo features Storm Thorgerson 's assistants in the escalator tubes of the circular Terminal 1 building of the Charles de Gaulle Airport outside of Paris.
The robot also appears on the label of the record. The original vinyl release has a gatefold-style cover; the inside spread has the lyrics and a monochrome photograph of Parsons.
The pose and angle of the photograph echoes that of the robot on the front cover. I Robot has been reissued multiple times in various formats since its initial release on vinyl, including numerous audiophile releases.
Besides the 8-track, vinyl and compact-cassette releases, Arista also released the original aluminum CD along with the rest of the Project albums, up to that time. Inas part of a larger campaign, Sony released a remastered version along with bonus tracks on CD.
The album was re-released under Legacy Recordings as a "legacy edition" in on CD, with an extra disc with unreleased bonus tracks, mastered by Dave Donelly. There was also a vinyl edition with the same mastering launched one month later. All songs written and composed by Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfsonexcept where noted.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see I, Robot disambiguation. The Alan Parsons Project. Progressive Claustrophobe - Jen Olive - Warm Robot (CD  art rock . Retrieved 12 January Retrieved 16 February There are 6 in total but Triceratops and Pteranodon have already been sold. The box, based on a pamphlet by Russian designer Solomon Telingater, contained CD and DVD-A versions of the album, lyric booklet, certificate of authenticity and a Mexican style loteria card game.
The first one was to promote the theatrical release of the film in September Officially licensed screen print for Acme Archives. This piece started off as a personal tribute to one of my very favourite films and formed part of Poster Posse's project to celebrate Alien's 35th Anniversary. Officially licensed screen print for the 80s cult comedy horror film commissioned by and available to buy from the super-cool Fright Rags www. All albums were given a uniform design and presented in two box sets which contained new vinyl versions of the band's two sessions for the BBC's John Peel radio show.
All the contributors had to pick a mini theme for three or more pieces of work - I chose to illustrate my very earliest memories of what you might term Album) - culture" and went with three images based on Doctor Who from the late 60's.
So we have a Cyberman, specifically from the story "The Invasion" which has always been my favourite version of the Cyberman design. Then The Doctor as played by Patrick Troughton between and Promotional CD and final 'deluxe' packaging for Pugwash's compilation album, Giddy.
All the fun of the fair! Andy Partridge's Album) electronic tribute to the artist Richard M. Limited edition and standard CD packaged to resemble a heavily used sci-fi paperback novel. This is based on Takashi Miike's "love story" Audition. XTC's classic album was given a deluxe g vinyl reissue fixing some audio problems that has appeared on all previous pressings and restoring the original Claustrophobe - Jen Olive - Warm Robot (CD for the sleeve that was deemed "too racey" for the likes of Woolies and WHSmith.
It was packaged in a special hard back book edition that included photos from the band's own collection as well as copious sleeve notes detailing the writing and recording of the album. It was a fun ride and something a bit new for me taking influence from the original source material. Approximately Giclee print produced with archival Ultrachrome inks on very high quality heavyweight gsm Hahnemuehle German Etching textured fine art paper.
Size: Approx 30" x 12" mm x mm. The set contained two deluxe edition CDs in hard back book format, two new g vinyl album pressings in gatefold sleeves, Album), an exclusive 7" vinyl single, a jigsaw puzzle and a fistful of "Dukes Dollars" - fake currency, one of which can be redeemed for a "Your Country Needs Dukes" t-shirt. Tempting as it was to choose something contemporary, I decided to go back the beginning of Batman on the screen and produce a poster for the early serials employing an illustration and typographic style typic of s and s cinema posters.
This was a Poster Posse mini project. Just a bit of fun preparing a piece of artwork based on the tiny amount of information available from the Force Awakens teaser trailer. Some assumptions were wrong - most importantly the action didn't take place on Tatooine, so reference back to that iconic scene of Luke Skywalker watching the twin suns setting in A New Hope were sadly redundant.
There's a tongue in cheek dig at JJ Abrams fondness for lens flare which also makes a nod towards Kylo Ren's three bladed light sabre, Claustrophobe - Jen Olive - Warm Robot (CD. My second Hammer themed print paying tribute to the film that first sent Hammer down a bloodsoaked, gothic corridor inThe Curse of Frankenstein.
A new Poster Posse project done in conjunction with Disney to promote their new animated movie Big Hero 6. I recently offered a small number of people a piece of artwork for a a film of their choosing with one person opting for Sophia Copolla's melancholic Lost In Translation. Scarlett Johansson's character rendered as a silhouette against a red circle to suggest the Japanese flag with Bill Murray emerging from the shadows.
Might take this to screen print. It's an 18x24" giclee print in a limited edition of
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