Exoplanateer Continued

Given the delay since I first expressed interest in pursuing this I thought I would power on through and complete a few more pages before hitting a nice page-a-week stride. So here’s page number 2 of EXOPLANATEER. (I’m running out of pens).

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Lazlo

Just finished some album artwork for a bunch of friends in Lazlo, for the release of their new single Man Up. It’s probably one of the most colourful things I have done. They asked me to improvise off of an early mix of the track and this is what I came up with.

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You can check Lazlo out here and here – they also have all the social media channels covered.

Finally, if you’re part of a band and want some distinctive artwork for a new release, let me know.

On Exoplanets

I have some friends who are basically just floating brains in tanks of preservative. One of these is my good friend Prof Andrew Rushby – who likes space so much NASA offered him the position of Supreme Overlord of Earth – and now he and two other knowledgeable heads in jars record a monthly podcast about exoplanets. It’s called Exocast and you can listen to the episodes here.

It’s so interesting that sixty story ideas simultaneously raced across my neurons like scalextric on nitrus oxide. One of the more robust crystallized in this image, which while unfinished (imagine a bang of space dust breaking the horizon) serves as an instructive point of germination for a travelogue of strange but mathematically probably exoplanets in a sequential format. In short, exoplaneteering.

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