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    Delaney Digital portfolio business cards by MOO.com

    I have just received my new Delaney Digital portfolio business cards from MOO.com and I have to say that I was very impressed with both the service and the product. You have the option to upload as many images as you want to appear on the back of the cards, which is perfect for designers who want to show off their portfolio. The Luxe cards printed on 600gsm Mohawk superfine paper, which is about three times thicker than normal business cards and they even have a coloured band on the edge. Print quality is pretty good for digital process, you might get a sharper image if you went for a litho printed card but it would cost you a fortune to have different images on the back of each card.

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    Volks Pioneer design features on Joe Volk / Boris LP

    Musician and songwriter Joe Volk recently contacted me and asked if he could use my Volks Pioneer image at the centre of his latest LP.  Joe is the Great Grandson of electrical engineer and inventor Magnus Volk, who built the unique, but short lived, Brighton to Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway. Pioneer was the name given to the tramcar on legs, which travelled along rails fixed to the seabed. The limited edition album was pressed on lush royal blue vinyl. You can purchase a copy from Invada Records.

    If you wish to purchase prints of my Volks Pioneer design email me. Read the Volks Pioneer prints blog post for details.

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    Tetris art ‘Tetriscopic’ features in GEE Magazine

    German video game and lifestyle magazine ‘GEE’ recently ran an article on Tetris art work. Having seen my piece ’Tetriscopic’ on the Delaney Digital website, GEE’s Moses Grohé contacted me and asked if they could feature it.

    The inspiration for Tetriscopic came from watching the BBC documentary film ‘Tetris – From Russia with Love’. The film is an in-depth look at the people and events behind the making of the original Tetris. During this time I had been trying to create a puzzle game concept of my own and had studied all the Tetris clones on the internet.  The concept of 3D Tetris was an old one, but I had the idea of using the Gameboy’s monochrome colour palette and block forms, to create an original piece of Tetris art. The work was created using 3D Studio Max and a 3D anaglyph plugin.

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