Orca Life

jdweiss:

I drew/inked a new identity for Chris Roberts’ Orca Life music pseudonym. It’s currently being used on all his social media, and will also appear in any future albums of his.

Chris wanted the art to be of his cat, Jesse, sampled here in a track of his own name on the Otherworldly Mystics - Book One compilation (which I also illustrated).

Both Jesse and the lettering we drawn in pencil and then inked with a brush pen, and scanned/edited in Photoshop.

jdweiss:

This is the self-portrait I did for that interview I posted earlier.
I figured sometimes I have a beard, sometimes I don’t, so I made both.

jdweiss:

This is the self-portrait I did for that interview I posted earlier.

I figured sometimes I have a beard, sometimes I don’t, so I made both.

Orca Life - Modern Living

weedtemple:

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The former noiseniks and ambient-gazers are getting more and more crafty and tech-savvy, going with the flow of time and the requirements of accelerationism and start in the race to create better soundtracks for consumption and production, which is in result prosumption. Chris Roberts, who is Orca Life