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Daft Hands

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 29/10/2007

Please take a look at this brilliant piece! It’s starts with slow but gains speed with a incredible rate.

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H.R Giger – Celtic Frost Album cover

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 17/10/2007

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A beautiful iconic image of the devil using Christ as a catapult. This one of my favourite images as it’s evil authenticity that has conjured up an image that runs right through the core of most people; The Battle of fighting the devil being at the core of most religions,Whilst everyone has a devil in them trying to break out.

The use of the spine is thevery essence of the image.Over all it has a Gothic feel to it

and as it is simply there to make you use your brain and
challenge your imagination.

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H.R Giger – Album cover Art

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 17/10/2007

Debbie Harry

SINCE I HAD JUST HAD AN ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT FROM MY FRIEND AND DOCTOR, PAUL TOBLER, THE IDEA OF THE FOUR NEEDLES CAME TO ME, IN WHICH I SAW SYMBOLS OF THE FOUR ELEMENTS, TO BE COMBINED WITH HER FACE. Note from H.R Giger

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A note from H.R Giger- About his Album Covers

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 17/10/2007

A NOTE FROM H.R. GIGER ABOUT HIS ALBUM COVERS
Of the, approximately, 20 records on which my artwork has been seen over the last 30 years, very few were created, specifically, for album covers. The first one, ever, was for a band called Walpurgis in 1969, then Emerson Lake and Palmer’s “Brain Salad Surgery” in 1973, Debbie Harry’s “Koo Koo” in 1981, and a series of “lip” paintings which I made for ELP in 1986, that the group, finally, used on a CD they released in the mid 1990s. The last cover I, actually, painted as a commission was Steve Stevens & the Atomic Playboys in 1989. All the others paintings, including the sculpture used for Carcass’ “Heartwork”, 1993, I made for myself, many years before, which the bands, later, licensed for their own use after seeing them in my books.

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