The Londoner illustrator and designer Tim Easley are also artists who can work with a variety of tools at the same time. When you look at hand-drawn skateboards, paintings on canvas, sculptures made with plastic, and digital works, you see this clearly. Easley prepared an incredibly detailed album cover that, when ordered from an independent label company called Albert's Favorites, would display all of these talents in the best possible way.
hand made circuit board completed in 80 hours
Albert's Favorites wants a cover from Tim Easley for his creative and group music for his new album "Modifications: Set 2" for the band Modified Man. As for the music of Modified Man … Modified Man, coming from Adam Scrimshire and Dave Koor, is doing electronic-based and soul-inspired work by combining vintage instruments and live performance . Tim Easley has also come up with an exquisite job that is compatible with this musical style . While creating the cover, he stood on the idea of how art could be made from circuit cards where the people of the future will be antiques according to them, and perhaps they will not even know what they are. He made a circuit board of dimensions 50 × 50 cm, which consisted entirely of plastic (a kind of modeling dough) and completed for about 80 hours. Then he photographed this board in several different ways. Using these materials we have designed a magnificent cover (including the back cover of the case).