moblog uk

The Middle Of Yesterday

by James D Clarke

user profile | dashboard | imagewall | contact user

« older newer »

I work and play on the internet. Check out my written blog href="http://www.jamesdclarke.com" target="_blank" ahref="http://www.jamesdclarke.com">www.jamesdclarke.com for more about me, and Twitter for daily thoughts.

All photos posted since 22.07.08 are taken with my 5 Megapixel Nokia N95 8GB.

My Photosets:

My highlights | My top rated images | Gigs | Aston Villa | Cats | Me | Jordan | Steph | Walsall | Birmingham | London | Newquay | Edinburgh | HESFES '07 | HESFES '08 | Retro | Snow!

 

Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License

Search this moblog


Recent visitors

New Poster!

(viewed 876 times)
Bookmark and Share
A recent purchase from ebay which now adorns the living room wall!

(I had to crank the contrast to get rid of my reflection)
20th Jan 2008, 17:42   | tags:,,

beth says:

Yeah it's nice art work that.

It's a remarkably similiar style to the datsuns last album too. I can't remember who designed that, do you know who did this one?

20th Jan 2008, 19:53

James says:

20th Jan 2008, 22:37

beth says:

Shephard Fairey, of course. I was totally barking up the wrong tree.

Wow, that article is pretty scathing. I don't know how people imagine designers to come up with something brand new each time and his version is clearly superior to their mash up. Although I must admit when I first saw the new art work I did think it looked a little bit 'too clean' and too stock imagery. Totally forgivable if he's mainly ripping of himself though. Appropriation is all part of aesthetic development anyway.

sorry! you didn't ask for that babble!sorry sorry sorry.

21st Jan 2008, 13:03

James says:

Yeah I though the article was a bit harsh, especially considering more often than not designers have to adhere to the clients brief...and what Zep wants....Zep gets!

21st Jan 2008, 13:06

beth says:

Yeah, I can't imagine them nonchalantly going 'yeah, sure whatever.. that'll do.' album covers are like tattoos for bands.

21st Jan 2008, 13:13