September’s here again. For several years I’ve been promising myself I would make this film. This year I realised I had two days to start from scratch if I wanted to release it in time. So here it is, after a sprint for the finish – what I see in my head when I hear David Sylvian’s September.
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“Burning up each others’ love, burning up our lives
Tried all kinds of working out, miracle goodnight
Future full and empty knocking on my door
Ragged limbed and hungry mama
Miracle no more…
…haven’t got a death wish
I never want to say goodnight.”
Living graffiti which moves, looks like it’s sleeping and then stares at you. With this animated painting, I wanted to illustrate the immortality of David Bowie. The music stays.
Wizards, pumpkins, cats and fireworks! It’s the new autumn range of art prints and cards at Mark Wallis Design also available at Chorlton Art Market in South Manchester UK.
My Kate Bush Before The Dawn poster got a mixed reaction, praised and savaged in equal measure, despite only being fan art. When it appeared as an imaginary DVD cover, the trolls rose up again and gave me a good grilling. I’m bulletproof now, which is just as well: here’s the animated version, illustrating my most vivid memories of Kate’s phenomenal stage show in 2014. If you enjoyed it, please drop by my Facebook page and give it a like! Thanks.
The reviews are in and they’re saying it’s her masterpiece. As the new album rolls out, Kate Bush is teasing us with magical imagery, creating a multimedia concept album which can only be the result of having your own record label. The album is out today, http://www.katebush.com/50-words-snow-pre-order
Image via katebushnews.com