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HOW TO DJ PEOPLE DANCED PEOPLE WERE SCARY PEOPLE MADE FINGER SIGNS IN APPROVAL MAGIC RITES WERE PERFORMED MAKE UP WAS USED NO MIXING WAS REQUIRED Great thanks to my fellow Devil’s Rhys & Martin, Jeff & Roger at Xk8.
Thanks to my fellow dj and super stylish fashion designer DIRTBRINGER pointing out the original flyer was not scary enough, we have re mixed the original flyer adding extra Helloweenness. OOO000oooohhhHHH!! Here’s the original. Saturday 30th of course. See http://thedevilsmusic.wordpress.com/2010/08/03/playlists-photographic-evidence/ … Continue reading
And the djs… there is also a site devoted to it. If you like that sort of thing. thedevilsmusic.wordpress.com
Click to make very large. So I collected a few images I liked, got the inks and brushes out, then the highlighter pens, then the biros and marker, then I scanned it in and raised eyes, made hats bigger, coloured … Continue reading
Battleship Potemkin and all that. I’ve added a bit of Dazzle ship (though the Russians never painted their ships in stripey camouflage). Probably not the final version, somethings bugging me about Verushka’s trousers, the border, her hair…. Should I put … Continue reading
A revision of the Suprematist flyer with extra punch, sculptures and less shoulderpads.
I think there will be some revisions (She looks rather fashion conscious) but this is first version of a Russian Soviet realist sculpture / Suprematist flyer for the great One Party State nightclub. I really wanted to use Tatlin’s tower … Continue reading
press on playlists to make laaaaaaaargerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Ohhh you sexy cosmanaut. Created for Jeff xk8 and his club at the Barfly in Camden. The technique is bit like layering a lot of cut out paper.