Wake Robin No. 1, from the trail around Valley Water Mill, April 21, 2014
The wake robin is one of my favorite springtime wildflowers, and yesterday they were starting to open up. They are a simple but showy flower of fantastic contrast, with three deep burgundy petals on top of mottled green leaves. This is the first of several images I made of wake robins yesterday; more forthcoming.
Broom Picture Discs
Our first album, Broom, is getting a bit of a face-lift! Polyvinyl Records is releasing a picture disc edition of the album on 4/18. Pre-orders are up now here - http://polyvinylrecords.com/broompicdisc
These are limited to just 300 copies and come packaged in a clear sleeve with protective flap.
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin’s first album, “Broom,” has been repressed yet again—this time as a limited-edition picture disk. When we first worked on the art and photography for “Broom,” I had produced the art for a few CDs, but “Broom” fulfilled a personal goal to help produce an LP. With that in mind, you can imagine the thrill of having my design and photography show up directly on the vinyl. If you don’t have a copy of “Broom,” pick up a record, either this one, the standard issue, the mp3s, whatever. The classics never go out of style.
Spotted a recent job for James River Basin Partnership while out and about this morning in downtown Springfield.
Another beautiful day in the Frozarks—at Valley Water Mill, north of Springfield, Missouri
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