If I have never stopped playing guitar in 2003 I would have most probably ended up adopting the style of music that inspired this evening’s poster.
Opeth’s The Devil’s Orchard has a classical timeless feel to it, especially when it comes to the guitar play. This is a song that you will continue to listen to for years to come.
The guitar echoes of despair, a human emotion that a lot of us experience every now and then; some more than others.
It reminded me of Chris Rea’s Nothing to Fear!
This is one reason why we often find solace in the despair of others – it makes us realize and without a doubt that we are all the same in the end.
This poster is a reflection of the official video. It comes part of my Cinerama, minimal series that I started producing a couple of years ago. Here is the link to the entire collection on Behance, Vol. I http://bit.ly/1ojcafX
By the way if you find my work interesting you can examine my artwork and updates on my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/SardineArt
From within the darkest corners of despair man found his gods and demons.
Hope you find yours!
I am finding mine with every line I write; and every line I draw.
If you know anyone who wants something different pass on my e-mail to them: firstname.lastname@example.org ;-})
This journalist, writer and illustrator is done fulfilling the dreams of ass wipes. Alas, this year I wasted two months on one major ass wipe. Never again! It is time for me to Catch The Rainbow as the song goes; my own rainbow.
A good day to all those who are following my lines, written and drawn. Thank you for your “Likes” and “Comments!” It means a lot to me.
Sardine, a.k.a. Mike V. Derderian, 2014
P.S: I am usually hush hush when it comes to business dealings and work experiences, especially bad ones, but this ass wipe deserved an honorable mention ;-})