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Post 100 – Amber Albrecht spectacular!

February 7, 2012


Wow!  This is post number 100!  Cue fireworks.  Massive explosions.  Teenage girls run into the Memorial Auditorium screaming and hysterical.  Dogs and cats conclude an uneasy truce. Today I am bringing you a blast from the past, and not one but two pieces of exciting news.  Said news involves my old pal Amber Albrecht. Amber […]

The Carl Wilson Lake Mystery

November 28, 2011


Hear it again, for the first time! Maintaining this here blog has been a shocking 180 degree turn from my previous stance with respect to public relations; now I’m a one man minstrel show, utterly dead inside!  No, not really…  But this recent turnabout, coupled with my usual quantity over quality productivity means that I […]

An Algonquin Park Postcard

August 25, 2011


Here’s another something from the archives.  As a promo for Touching Earth Made of Steel’s amazing The Carl Wilson Lake Mystery – which is a full-length concept album about a couple who disappeared in Algonquin Park in the the 70s – I made some promotional material.  The highlight is this postcard, which I think the […]

Old visual art

August 9, 2011

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Over a year ago the legendary Ottawa band Touching Earth Made of Steel played their first and only live show at Raw Sugar.  Mea culpa:  I’m in the band, so my telling you that it was the best show of the year should be deemed only slightly suspect.  Either way, I made a poster for […]

Map of Algonquin Park

August 20, 2010


Maps are ubeatably aesthetically pleasing objects.  That is a fact.  For the Touching Earth Made Of Steel album The Carl Wilson Lake Mystery (which you can buy on iTunes, and which you should buy on iTunes, or Amazon) I whipped up a small map of the middle of Algonquin Park, which I was quite happy […]