Saturday, November 12, 2005

And the 70's Rock Album Cover Contest Winner is...



All STRENGTH comes from the mind.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

VERY true - correct, totally agree! Looks like your mind is overheated!!Nice to see there is a fine brain behind the paper mask - well done image and illustration of STRRRRength :)

Catnapping said...

is that x-ray vision you're using? i forgot to vacuum today. so don't mind this mess....

isay (Marissa) said...

i agree with you and wow! i think you're using a lot of strengthhhhhhh lately....i like your expression in the image!

Caroline said...

Very funny! Good job you aren't wearing glasses they might reflect some of it back in!

Tony Sarrecchia... said...

Wasn't that on a Pink Flyod cover? Nice job.

Tony LaRocca said...

Not quite- The Wall Live cover has their faces as masks on a black background, but that 70's cheesiness is what I was going for.

merlinprincesse said...

Strange...

french toast girl said...

You're a strange boy, Johnny, but I like you! So tell me... what kind of boy are you, Johnny?

Tony LaRocca said...

I only like dreaming... all the day long... when no one is screaming...

Todd DeWolf said...

Okay-I have had a 70''s flashback for sure of my hippie babysitter who played us Pink Floyd, Super Tramp, etc. The covers of some of those albums used to give me nightmares. I think one was a guy who had guitar arms? Yah- that was the one that did it! I love the floating exposed brain. Very deep man-very deep! I'm blaming you if I end up having weird dreams-ok? Cheers!

Ian T. said...

Yep, this takes us right back there, though maybe if you'd done it more to look like a hand-coloured black and white photograph it could have accentuated the already rampant cheesiness ever further! Now, which band? Rush? Styx?

Tony LaRocca said...

Hmmmm... I'd have to go with Styx...

Queen Tut said...

schew, what brain power! great composition!

Tony LaRocca said...

Thank you Queen. On the composition, it just didn't look balanced until I added the fire. I wanted more of a profile shot, but then the mask was covering the brain too much.