An early one sheet for what would subsequently turn into The Four Phases of Realisation.
At the time I created this, I was regularly watching The Rev. Bruce Howard on Public Access cable in Seattle. This was at least a couple of years before his shows turned into him singing with a bunch of people, so it was still the Rev. Bruce in close-up, with little expression or movement, in a darkened studio.
The Rev. Bruce Howard is the source of the phrase "the nothingness of error"; it was one of his (church's) Three Points—which were, respectively, The Mental Diet, The Allness of God, and The Nothingness of Error.
One sheet for The Four Phases of Realisation.
One sheet for Sublimation.
Order form for available releases as of February 1996.
One sheet for Veiled Faces, Moving Shadows. The text was written for a 30-second radio spot as part of a class assignment in my Art Institute of Seattle days.
Official discography, March 1996.
Flyer for the Tinty Music live debut, June 1996.
Flyer for live performance at Anomalous Records, August 1996.
Flyer for live performance at Anomalous Records, October 1996.
Alternate flyer for live performance at Anomalous Records, October 1996.
I briefly considered using the praying mantis image (from a photo taken during my 1985 visit to Japan) as a logo of sorts. It doesn't actually identify anything here, but I thought it looked kind of cool.
Because there were plenty of Japanese students at the Art Institute of Seattle at the time, I decided to create a version of the flyer above specifically for them.
One sheet/flyer for Anomaly. Photocopiers normally do not allow images to bleed off the page—so I couldn't not use this, uh, anomaly…
I created this banner at the invitation of Mark Rushton for his Bill Nelson site (which subsequently became Bill Nelson's official site).
As I was photocopying articles to make a tear sheet, I took some time to experiment with magnification. This combination of text was the result. I then made copies of this to use as the reverse side of mail-order forms, inserts, and correspondence.
Flyer for the final Tinty Music live performance at Anomalous.
Alternate flyer for the final Tinty Music live performance at Anomalous, May 1997.
Mail-order information insert, late 1997.
Tinty Music cassette in plastic envelope with insert(s), c1997.