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Wayne Coyne and Evil Robot

The finished portrait of Flaming Lips singer Wayne Coyne.

Bit of a strange one this.

I was the lucky recipient of a feature on back in July of last year. Then just last month the delightful proprietors of the site got in touch and asked me to create an portrait of Wayne Coyne – the singer bloke from The Flaming Lips – and make a video of myself drawing it.

It was an interesting experience, although I must admit there wasn’t a lot in the interview to really get my teeth into when it came to coming up with an idea, which explains the Evil Robot quote.  I liked Wayne Coyne’s reaction to the question, which unfortunately ended up being deleted, so I’m not sure how much sense the whole thing makes now.

Anyway the post is up now on the website as the visual component of an interview with the aforementioned Mr Coyne.  It’s a bit of a ‘mash-up’ with LA based artist SA Richard butting in every so often with his Big Painting. And to be honest it all seems a bit long to me.

Here’s the whole damn thing, regardless. Consider yourself warned.


Written by David

April 13, 2010 at 9:29 am

Posted in Art News, Illustration

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  1. Wow, that’s you?? Flaming Lips had this video up on facebook last week, I thought it was super cool. I like whatever work of yours I’ve seen; it reminds of what I’ve always figured the world would look like if I switched eyes with William Burroughs. I hope that doesn’t come off as insulting. I’m a fan!


    April 13, 2010 at 3:31 pm

  2. process in process is worth viewing .. your work comes alive through the fast motion development on the video .. i wanted to know how you went about making your pics .. drawing, cutting, pasting, lettering .. which way around? .. now i know .. does it take away the mystery .. hell no! .. does it make me more of a fan .. of course! thanks for posting this fascinating insight into your work david .. much appreciated ..

    marion joy

    July 5, 2010 at 10:05 pm

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