Animation Art Center Student Work Baseball Book Jackets EDITORIAL Forever Young Jazz ABZ Jazz at Lincoln Center L.A. Sketchbook London Sketchbook Maps Musicians Name That Movie New Orleans On The Road: Illustrated Scroll Paintings Playboy Jazz Festival Postage Stamps Posters Sketchbooks The New York Times
Harold and Eddie
My favorite new client, Milan Music in Paris, is re-issuing a lot of great American music and film soundtracks.They recently called for a couple of CD covers. The first is for a collection of songs composed by Harold Arlen, who wrote the music for “The Wizard of Oz” plus a lot of songs that have become standards of the American Songbook. Arlen had a long career writing for Broadway shows and Hollywood movies. I imagined him at work in a “David Hockney meets Mister Magoo” version of his Beverly Hills home.
The second cover is for a collection of hits by Eddie Cochran, the sharp-dressing rockabilly star whose career was cut short in a car accident when he was 21. Eddie made a lot of records from 1957-1960, and is probably best known for “Somethin’ Else” and “Summertime Blues.”
Sketches to work out Eddie's arms and legs.