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King Lizard

King Lizard

Rough Collages - Pink Series Vol. I
Personal work, 2018 Morrison is one of the most iconic and influential frontmen in rock history. Due to his exuberant nature, poetic lines, eccentric performances, alongside the dramatic circumstances surrounding his death, he has become a myth in popular culture.

Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair

Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair

Rough Collages - Yellow Series Vol. IX
Personal work, 2018 It's about that warm seventies California vibe.

LSD Dudes

LSD Dudes

Rough Collages - Yellow Series Vol. VIII
Personal work, 2018 1967. Psychedelic poster artists Michael English and Nigel Waymouth, aka Hapshash and The Coloured Coat, with Guy Stevens, an iconic record producer who produced their eponymous album 'The Coloured Coat,' a cult classic. Disclaimer: the LSD relation is just a creative license; there's no direct relation or evidence whatsoever. More on the Hapshash and the Coloured Coat:
It was an influential British graphic design and avant-garde musical partnership in the late 1960s, consisting of Michael English and Nigel Waymouth. It produced popular psychedelic posters, and two albums of underground music.

Yellow Submarine's characters become the stars

Yellow Submarine's characters become the stars

Rough Collages - Yellow Series Vol. VII
Personal work, 2018

One Dylan for every Chair

One Dylan for every Chair

Rough Collages - Yellow Series Vol. VI
Personal work, 2018

The Velvet Underground Original Concert Handbill

The Velvet Underground Original Concert Handbill

Rough Collages - Yellow Series Vol. V
Personal work, 2018

Evil woman

Evil woman

Rough Collages - Yellow Series Vol. IV
Personal work, 2018

The Creation of Adam, Larry, The Edge and Bono

The Creation of Adam, Larry, The Edge and Bono

Rough collages - Yellow Series Vol. III Personal work, 2018 The Creation of Adam is a fresco painting by Italian artist Michelangelo, part of the Sistine Chapel's ceiling. At the same time, U2's bassist name is Adam Clayton. You guessed it, I am that simple. This is just an Adam-game kind-of-thing. Since we landed here, though, why don't we talk a little about the song that inspired me to make all this in the first place? Lemon was released as the second single of the album Zooropa in September 1993. It's the fourth track of the album, preceded by one of my all-time favorite songs by the Irish band, Numb, which I (hopefully) will talk about on another occasion. Back to Lemon. I've always had a special connection with this song. That artificial, non-organic sound, and of course, Bono's falsetto dexterities arouse me in a way that I can't describe. Its weirdness makes me jump on the edge of my seat every time I listen to it. If you are curious and want to enjoy it as much as I do, here are some recommendations: Listen to it, preferably in a dark room or with your eyes closed and from a speaker. Lie down and let the imaginary yellowish acid light invade you for as long as the song lasts. For a longer-lasting experience, accompany the moment with some other magic songs like these ones.

Hidden elements

Hidden elements

Rough Collages - Yellow Series Vol. II Personal work, 2018 Can you spot the three music references? Bridget Malcolm by Hans Neumann for Harper's Bazaar #Yellow #Music #Rock #Harper39sBazaar #HansNeumann #BridgetMalcom

Inti(mates)

Inti(mates)

Rough collages - Yellow Series Vol. I Personal work, 2018 Intimate picture from Bowie’s 1983 Tour David Bowie and Mick Jagger New York City

Static dance

Static dance

The Velvet Undergound - Oh! Sweet Nuthin' When your head spins around but you gotta keep your cool, graphic definition

Por qué deberías ver Sex Education si todavía no lo has hecho

Por qué deberías ver Sex Education si todavía no lo has hecho

Blues, punk rock, R&B, doo-wop y lo mejor del rock psicodélico contemporáneo en la última apuesta de Netflix Las inversiones en publicidad y las acciones de comunicación que estamos viendo estos últimos días nos indican que estamos ante una fuerte apuesta de plataforma de entretenimiento en streaming. Si todavía no has visto la serie, has de saber que no solo te estás perdiendo una buena comedia, también te estás dejando de lado una banda sonora increíblemente pegadiza con canciones pensadas para elevar cada una de las escenas en las que aparecen. Tanto es así que supe que la serie me iba a gustar a los tres segundos. Fue arrancar y escuchar esos gemidos de Muddy Waters en Manish Boy y pensé: “esto promete”, aunque no fue hasta el final del primer episodio que reafirmé mis sospechas. Última escena del primer episodio: fallido acto de onanismo al compás de Dancing with myself. ¡Brillante! Los supervisores musicales Matt Bifa y Ciara Elwis, trabajaron en una banda sonora que, además de rememorar los mejores momentos de los ochenta y los noventa, se sumerge en la actualidad para ensalzar, entre otros, la figura del artista estadounidense Ezra Furman con más de 15 temas suyos, algunos rescatados de anteriores trabajos y otros originales escritos para la ocasión. > Para aquellos que no lo conozcáis, os animo a echar un vistazo a su discografía. Es algo así como el resultado de meter en una coctelera untada de rebeldía naíf lo mejor de Billy Idol, Iggy Pop y Lou Reed. Y traído a nuestros días a través de una destartalada máquina del tiempo. Y sí, posiblemente estemos ante otra de estas series hechas a la carta a golpe de algoritmo, véase House of Cards o Stranger Things, series estudiadas hasta la saciedad para satisfacer los gustos de las masas. Sea como fuere, y aun sabiendo que estoy siendo inducida a pensar eso, en esta ocasión me tienen en el bolsillo, señores. Para aquellos que os hayáis quedado con ganas de saber qué tal es esta banda sonora de la que hablo a continuación, os comparto la playlist (no oficial) de la serie. Espero que la disfrutéis tanto como yo.