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Album Covers by Comic/Cartoon artists

This one was a no brainer combining two great loves – music and comic art.
This of course is just a small sample and hopefully I’ll build on it in the future.

Robert Crumb’s iconic cover for the Big Brother Holding Company featuring Janis Joplin. Between 1974 and 1984, Crumb drew at least 17 album covers for Yazoo Records/Blue Goose Records, including those of his own band the Cheap Suit Serenaders. Robert Crumb has a passion for drawing covers for classic compilations
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Barry Windsor-Smith popular British artist made famous for his artwork on Conan comics.

Dave Gibbons artist and co creator with Alan Moore of the Watchmen This cover is for 90s British pop band Kula Shaker. He was also responsible for the Jethro Tull album and cartoon strip explaining the story for :Too Old…

Guitar Shop


The boy and I were mucking around the other night when we realized how many guitars (or more correctly stringed instruments) we had lying around the house, in cupboards, under the beds, in the attic or shed.
So we dragged them all out and had a little reminisce of each piece and their history and possible future.

No.1 is my 50th birthday present and my pride and joy an RH Ibanez ASF-80 semi acoustic because I really admire the playing of Mike Nesmith from the Monkees.

No.2 Liam’s LH ESP LTD, this is his live guitar and he throws it around like it cost $50, it’s forever being tweaked and repaired but sounds insane.

No.3 A Vantage RH with nylon strings that we forgot we had.

No.4 A Violin we bought for $40 to hang on the wall as art, we also use the bow every now and then on the guitars for …

I'm steampunking my shed!

I have decided to take back my shed from my wife and children and turn it back into a man cave.
Of course to do this many things must be moved, rearranged or very sneakingly thrown out.
This is the start , I got excited when I found my work bench under a ton of old boxes full of clothes and shoes and started to hang stuff up.

This is the Steam punk rifle I started 2 years ago, I had no where to hang it , so I stuck it in the middle of the peg board that now holds my tools.

I had some old bottles and silverware in a box, so got an old desk and pulled it apart to make a book case/ storage cabinet to hold them in. I then had the great idea to get all the brass and copper fittings and just about every plumbing piece of crap I had lying around and steampunked it.

I haven’t finished yet and I …

The Chronicles of Jack the Axe IT'S BEGUN

Jack the Woodsman, previously of the King’s Elite Guard is a survivor.
He also has a dark secret but he is unaware this secret is all but a small part of a intricate puzzle of cunning, deception and meticulous planning by an evil that can only be whispered about in ancient tomes.
The friendly invasion of the Fairy Folk into the Kingdom, the death of Humpty Dumpty the corrupt Market Controller, the vengeful postman who grows into power and privilege, the unsuspecting conman, a boy Giant and his little pocket pet and a manic contract obsessed Troll hidden away in the King’s Garden are all unwitting accomplices of an event that started years earlier in the Fairy Folks native world and leads to a genocide so horrible that the Kingdom becomes a plague land inhabited by a zombie horde a handful o…

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