By 1975, Pacific Eye & Ear Had Not Only Become Known For Its Break-Through Concepts And Design But Had Built A Solid Reputation For Creating True ”Fine Art.” We Had Added Three Other Key Artists To The Art Department Staff.
At The Beginning Of April I Was Contacted By The Bee Gees Manager And My Friend, Robert Stigwood Whom I Had Worked With On The Very First Jesus Christ Superstar Stage Tour.
Robert And I Had Worked Really Well Together In The Past, So Calling Me In Was, As He Put It Was, “A Real No Brainier Call!” He Was Deeply Involved With The “Brothers Gibb” And He Went On To Explain Why This New Album “Main Course” Was So Critical.
This Album Was To Solidify Their Positioning In The “Hot” New Disco Movement Of The 70’s.
Robert Always Said That The Jesus Christ Superstar Logo Was One Of His All-Time Favorites. He was also a huge fan of Drew and Pacific Eye & Ear. He Wanted Me To Create A Unique “Own-Able” Logo Using Their Name, That Would Represent The Disco Era For The Band.
Then, working with Drew, To Marry My Logo To A Highly Memorable Album Cover Illustration. I Created A Really Cool Lettering Logo - One Of My Best Ever. Both the logo, together with Drew's illustration of “Beauty in a Coke Spoon” Quickly Became Iconic Symbols, Synonymous With The Disco Craze.
Also Pictured Is The Original Front Cover Sketch That Drew And I Created And Presented To The Band And Their Management
This Dynamic Print Is Numbered, Signed, And Comes With A Letter Of Authenticity It Is Printed On Gallery Quality Acid-Free Paper, As Value Added The Print Includes An Original Drawing Of His Lips And Tongue Logo.
Note: This fine art print offering is also available printed on quality poster stock, signed with an original illustration of my lips and tongue art on the print for $150.00
Limited Edition Images Are The Exclusive Property Of, Owned By And Used Here With The Permission From, Pacific Eye & Ear TM
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