this is second version of " day dreaming" HR is the pleace where we make things togther. as I said in the day dreaming I am not good at remixing.. I hope someone will put other people's records or ur records in back ground! the theme of this drawing is " HITRECORD is where we make things together"
I cleared the ilustration up and converted it into a transparent PNG file! I hope this is more helpful for remixing! Thank you Matt Conley for pointing that out =)
wanted to show that hitrecord gives me such a warm feeling by drawing, I know I suck at naming the drawing! and now its on summer collection time so I tried haha! got no wing version if anyone interested in!
This is a transliteration of “hitRECord” into hieroglyphics. The ancient Egyptians believed that when something was recorded it became part of eternity. They therefore recorded everything like crazy, at least the good stuff…famines, plagues and military defeats, eh, not so much. (On the flip side, if something wasn’t recorded it never “really” happened. Due to this belief they tended to “forget” to record the above mentioned defeats/etc and were also big fans of defacing the artifacts of people they didn’t like, in essence erasing their enemies from existence.). Language was art and art was language. Everything in their art and language had meaning and significance because it rippled into eternity.
Some notes for those who might enjoy it:
Aesthetics were very important to Egyptian writing, more important than spelling and grammar even. Shifting around letters and words to make the writing look pretty was completely acceptable. “Pretty”, in hieroglyphics, meant “in nice little boxes”. I’ve written “hitRECord” vertically because it looks prettier this way.
Egyptian writing left out most vowels so there is no “i”. Signs, in order from top to bottom, represent a courtyard (h), loaf of bread (t), mouth (r), double reed (long e), basket (k), lasso (o), mouth (r) and hand (d). The last sign is called a determinative. Because of all the missing vowels, and the rearranging of letters for pretty’s sake, Egyptians added a type of idea-sign (determinative) at the end of each word that hinted (helped you determine) what word they actually meant. This determinative, a man and woman with three plurality strokes, is used for “community”, “family” and the like.
I think that’s it.
(The gads of extra blue are just to keep this record from resizing into something ten feet long. ;-)
A drawing I've made for work, the previous colors were purple, green, pink & yellow. I like to play with that red & blue so I hitRECorded the colors...
An idea for the hitRECorderly Vinyl Collab artwork.
I liked the idea of incorporating imagery of vinyl and the listener connected by the headphones cable. Originally I was going to make the cord inbetween into the shape of a waveform but realised that I could use it for joined up writing instead. The vinyl is also a continuation of the single line but I couldn't get the listener drawn in the same way though. Possibly an idea for someone else to play with.
expandized and vectorized. w/ color. just the expanded graphic, and a black and white version of this, and shirt placement all coming soon!
thought this would make a cute wallpaper. resolution after downloading is 1280 x 800 to fit standard laptop screens. hope it brightens your desktop and day <3!
Moustache Poem by Klosinski is one of my favorite Hursery Rhymes (his others are great as well) and I've been meaning to do something for it for a long time. More could have been done here but I kind of ran out of juice. Maybe I'll pick it up again and do more to it some other time.
Sadly i've not been on here in a while, but I recently made this picture of two boys holding an HitRECord banner. Hello again HitRECord :)
the RECording/collaborative process as a multivariable function of RECords...
.... the math in the background has nothing to do with anything, it was a proof for a stereographic projection in complex analysis but i thought it looked cool haha
I dig typography in general and I liked thatsthewayitgoes' hand-drawn logos. So I mashed 'em together. This is a high res png on a transparent background for your remixing pleasure. It should be nice and clean. Have fun!
I made a few versions of this, but this one is for the vinyl collaboration. Combining simple logos into a new (still simple) one.
I think I like the version where I used the recycle your records logo instead. Hmm...
A little character I drew for an animation but couldn't be used but I like it so decided to colour it.
Added the red button to the original drawing cause, how can I not? 8V