FRENETIC DESIGNS BY SAM TAYLOR

by Ariadna Zierold

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Sam Taylor translates tech-related questions in a magazine he works in into his frenetic designs: angry blobs, raging batteries and bug-eyed iPhones make regular appearances. The creative freedom makes it a dream job for Taylor, though he does impose rules on the process to make sure everything gels. Taylor draws inspiration from pulp sci-fi covers and sci-fi in general, and has a revolving cast of characters and motifs now that he’s been at it for a minute.

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First and Final Fridays: Pulp “Different Class”

Posted from The Citrus Report

Of all the songs to start an album, Pulp’s “Mis-Shapes” could the greatest opener of the 1990s. Maybe that is because anything that sounds like the lead singer has a cigarette in his hand as he is explain-singing to you about the world is just plain perfection.

And “Bar Italia” is sort of the same way. Like Jarvis is sort of wandering the stage thinking about singing a little louder to you if he feels like it.

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