Category Archives: print

Print

I’ve always loved photocopied fanzines and direct media physical objects. Before the days when the internet allowed every freak a potential publishing opportunity, people had to use typewriters, and scissors and glue. Photoshop has rendered the world sterile. It is a useful tool, but just as the structure of modern dance music consists of eight […]

Unilever booklet (1998)

I have a long running interest in electron-microscopy – quite aside from the spectacular clarity that the images possess – there’s something fascinating about seeing the structure of such tiny things, a beauty that is lost on us macro-organisms. This booklet was given away at a unilever gig in New York, just before the band […]