The next installment in our Hip-Hop Happy Hour series sees us paying tribute to one of our favorite Wu-Tang and rap artists, period, GHOSTFACE KILLAH. This Wednesday July 2nd, at Lounge of 3 (1013 Ust St NW), 5pm-9pm, specialty cocktail “Camay,” DJ 2-Tone Jones will ONLY spin GHOSTFACE darts. To RSVP click here and to check out the other flyers and posters click Read the rest of this entry
Created a series of ePosters that feature the members of Wu-Tang as well as the jazz artists whose samples are featured on SHAOLIN JAZZ – the mixtape to help promote its release. I’ll be uploading a new ePoster everyday up through the release – 4.11.11. Check daily and for more ePosters click the link below: Read the rest of this entry
So, I’m up late clicking link after link and stumble across his jazz (Blue Note) inspired Wu-Tang covers which immediately struck a nerve. Not because of me being a huge fan of Wu-Tang, which I am, and not because of me being a huge jazz fan, which I am – as I was pretty much raised on the music, but because of the combination of the two and how intelligently the designs were done.
Since then, I’ve kept Logan in the back of my mind as one of those cats I wanetd to work with at some point and when it came time to do my JAZZ album cover art exhibition for The Classics – Logan’s name popped up as someone that I wanted to interview. Now, of course I understand that these aren’t jazz albums but that they’re inspired by Reid Miles’ Blue Note album covers is the relevance to my project and with JAZZ being my final exhibition I wanted to do some different things with this one. Take this as a sign of what’s to come. Enjoy the read below:
What’s your name and where are you from?
My name is Logan Walters and I currently live just outside of Detroit Michigan in a nice little town called Ferndale. Read the rest of this entry