Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Bangkok Shocks, Saigon Shakes, Soft Toy Rocks

I recently became involved in a project called Teddy Rock, which is a new kids album full of traditional nursery rhymes performed in a variety of punk rock musical styles. Teddy Rock is the brainchild of Anton Hughes [who will surely forever be remembered as the Malcolm McLaren of soft toy entertainment] and has been picked up by the ABC who will be releasing the CD and DVD this August. I confidently recommend the album to parents like me who have discovered voices in their head instructing them to dismember the Wiggles or for anyone who wonders what The Farmer Takes A Wife would sound like if sung by Glenn Danzig.

The DVD contains 18 music videos I have been diligently creating over the past several months and the end result looks pretty neat. "I'll be the judge of that" I hear you interject, so to back up my bold assertion here's a few stills from the various songs. Click on an image to embiggen.


















2 comments:

thailand holidays said...

Interesting graphic arts. It is as good as anything that I saw. Do you happen to have a deviantart account?

Fox said...

Hi! I do - but don't post heaps of stuff. It's
http://xraystudios.deviantart.com/#

cheers
Fox