Ashley Anderson / Little Tybee (2019)
Little Tybee collaborated with Atlanta based artist, Ashley Anderson, on an ambitious 2 year illustration. The drawing depicts a fantastical world composed of imagery commenting on a wide range of artistic and cultural influences. In the below video, Ashley talks in depth about some of these influences and the process at which he was able to create this beautiful work of art. We will be releasing this illustration as a large 38" limited edition screen print on our June - July tour as well as in our online store. First come, first serve. Please sign up for our mailing list to stay informed about the release of this print.
Lost In The Field (2018)
The video for "Lost In The Field" was filmed by Brock Scott, in Greece in October, 2017 while sailing the Cyclades. Brock enlisted Shrivas Shyamsundar for VFX while Brock Scott and Beaux Latham hand animated the Greek undead and Sea Monster. The video features, Capt’n Thom (Thomson Moore) as he sails to the Greek underworld in search of his missing crew. The end of the video has Capt’n Thom sailing off into the distance to continue his yet unsuccessful search.
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Quiet As A Sail (2017)
"I love the idea of associating symbols to our albums. It helps to give guidance to designing the aesthetic of a campaign and allows us to create a sense of nostalgia with our audience. My father was a sextant navigator for the trans-Atlantic shipping industry during the 1970s. GPS was not around back then and every ship traveling the world had a trained celestial navigator looking to the stars for guidance. During his travels, my father carried this transistor radio along with him to listen to music. He gave me this radio a few years back and until about 6 months ago it was a nice but silent mantle piece. When trying to come up with a symbol for our new album, something about the design and history of the radio appealed to me.
I work for the film industry in Atlanta building movie props and have a business partner who is a talented electrical engineer named Myron Lo. I had the idea to rig up the radio with modern electronics that allowed you to plug in and play music through it (Myron helped me with this). We added a band of LEDs that would light up in response to the sounds coming through the radio.
My idea was to film the radio in different locations while playing each of the songs off of our new album. When you release an album today, fans will often upload the song to Youtube with a stock picture of the album cover. Music videos are very time consuming to make and require unique production that is often quite expensive. We decided instead to basically create an interesting visualizer for the record by utilizing our fan base to help us create the content. I took a trip to Spain last September to bike the Camino de Santiago with a friend. I brought the first prototype radio along with me and filmed it in 12 different locations along the path while playing each song off of our new record through it. The footage came out great and I was content with that being the end of the project but then my friend offered to take the radio to South East Asia and film some footage with it there. I realized that there was potential here for the project to be much much larger than I originally thought.
I went on Ebay and purchased as many radios as I could find and hired Myron to rig them up with the same electronics as the first. I began to contact videographers from around the world and have been mailing these radios every few weeks to a new location ever since. I mailed the radios to Portugal, Panama, Iceland, Scotland, Greece, Brazil, Japan, Ireland, China, Japan, as well as various states in the US. By the end, there were over 400 videos to edit to by the end of the project. This project was a collaboration with the world.
I believe that everyone is an artist, but sometimes they just need a old General Electric Radio to bring it out of them."
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Little Tybee / Somewhat Familiar (2019)
Little Tybee / Cherry Log Feat. Quinn Mason (2019)