We're pleased to be participating in "SYNTH: A Group Art Show Inspired by Bob Moog" for the third year in a row (check out our 2010 and 2011 Moog inspired blog posts too). For our submission this year, we decided to fuse Moog's iconic synthesizers with the cockpit of a spaceship to create an intergalactic music machine. The show takes place at Moogfest in Asheville, North Carolina this weekend October 26-28. All proceeds from the sales at the festival benefit the Bob Moog Foundation which provides hands-on opportunities for children to learn about the science of sound and music.
Our print is a 24" x 18" five-color screen print with the fifth color being a glow-in-the-dark overlay. Check out the close up shots on our blog to see what is revealed when the glow layer becomes visible. A black light is highly recommended for full enjoyment of this print which goes on sale Today in our online store.
about 1 year ago
Just in case a spaceship full of synthesizers wasn't enough for you... Check out what happens to the print under a black light.
For more info and pictures visit our blog post.
about 1 year ago
Love the details!
Synthesizers, space, and glow-in-the-dark. This is too much awesome.
nailed the perspective tool
Another amazing piece to add to my DKNG wall ... this is getting ridiculous!
Another great piece. Will you guys be adding the space shuttle one as an art print (without the event)?
@Yvonne Tang Thanks. Yes the shuttle will be made available most likely by late Nov
I am actually screaming. This is the best idea.
Are the letters g o and d in your name?
This is perfect.
6 months ago
@DKNG is this awesome print still available? I want it badly and can't find it in your store.
10 days ago
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