Odds & Ends

A dynamic early 90's photo montage featuring (l-r) Katie Hicks and the TGA multi-media artist Tyler Roylance. Roylance, in addition to creating his own unique writing, frequently collaborated with The Nudists' Spence Holman and Husky Youth's Doug Hammond (photo by Alicia Rabins; courtesy of Lou Thomas)

A dynamic early 90’s photo montage featuring (l-r) Katie Hicks and the TGA multi-media artist Tyler Roylance. Roylance, in addition to creating his own unique writing, frequently collaborated with The Nudists’ Spence Holman and Husky Youth’s Doug Hammond (photo by Alicia Rabins; courtesy of Lou Thomas)

Bard College held a rare distinction: this liberal arts school was the home to a 'satellite' scene for Towson-Glen Arm due to the large number of TGA artists who made a near simultaneous exodus to attend the upstate New York college. The flyer here advertises the Bard produced radio programme helmed by the TGA band Lou & Chris, a group which was briefly based at the school during the late 90's. (art & design: Lou Thomas & Chris Teret;  courtesy of Lou Thomas)

Bard College held a rare distinction: this liberal arts school was the home to a ‘satellite’ scene for Towson-Glen Arm due to the large number of TGA artists who made a near simultaneous exodus to attend the upstate New York college. The flyer here advertises the Bard produced radio programme helmed by the TGA band Lou & Chris, a group which was briefly based at the school during the late 90’s. (art & design : Lou Thomas & Chris Teret; courtesy of Lou Thomas)

This is a list of characters in Doug Hammond and Tyler Roylance's absurd/political one act play 'Christmas In Biatch'; it was printed at the top of a copy of the play's script. This rare work of TGA theatre was scheduled to debut at Baltimore's 14 Karat Cabaret, but the rag tag band of TGA artists and theatre geeks who starred in & produced the play backed out at the last minute for reasons now forgotten. Other than a handful of private rehearsals, 'Christmas In Biatch' has never been performed. (courtesy of Lou Thomas)

This is a list of characters in Doug Hammond and Tyler Roylance’s absurd/political one act play ‘Christmas In Biatch’; it was printed at the top of a copy of the play’s script. This rare work of TGA theatre was scheduled to debut at Baltimore’s 14 Karat Cabaret, but the rag tag band of TGA artists and theatre geeks who starred in & produced the play backed out at the last minute for reasons now forgotten. Other than a handful of private rehearsals, ‘Christmas In Biatch’ has never been performed. (courtesy of Lou Thomas)

A show flyer designed & lettered by Mike Apichella. The flyer advertises a mid-90's concert with the TGA bands Behind Closed Doors, The Superstation, and First Position. The design prominently features a photo of opera singer Rosa Ponselle - her infamously decadent lifestyle and powerful singing made her one of the most colorful figures of 20th century classical music.

A show flyer designed & lettered by Mike Apichella. The flyer advertises a mid-90’s concert with the TGA bands Behind Closed Doors, The Superstation, and First Position. The design prominently features a photo of opera singer Rosa Ponselle – her infamous/decadent personal life and powerful singing made her one of the most colorful figures of 20th century classical music.

Cover art designed, lettered, and drawn by Lee Verzosa for a one of a kind 1994 tape featuring music by Engine Killer and A.L.F. (courtesy of Clint Nichols)

Cover art designed, lettered, and drawn by Lee Verzosa for a one of a kind 1994 tape featuring music by Engine Killer and A.L.F. (courtesy of Clint Nichols)

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One Response to Odds & Ends

  1. Anonymous says:

    I still love that EK/ALF cassette to this day! FREAKOUT!!! peace. -clint.

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