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Our lovely friend, and long-time contributor, Ian Turner, has a shiny new website on which to showcase his beautiful art. You should take a look. And follow him on Tumblr. You are, as always, very welcome.
Last year I worked with Ben Weeks on this mural at an audiology conference in Boston.
The client was Unitron, a manufacturer of hearing instruments, and the idea behind the mural was that people would come by and volunteer their favourite sounds. Ben and I then drew them up onto the wall. Certainly a fun an fulfilling job.
Dragnet friend and contributor, Ian Turner, has an illustration series called Fluid Nature, in the most recent issue of BOULDERPAVEMENT. The series is based on a murmuration of starlings, and visually works through the push and pull between individuality and togetherness, all the while showcasing Ian’s distinctive artistic point of view. But you don’t have to take my word for it.
This video is a collection of images from The Counterfet, which will be a graphic novel inspired by Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queen. The novel itself is a work in progress, and you can find more information about the project, here.
Astounding Science Fiction, March 1956, British Reprint Edition.
This robot looks so lonely.