BeanQuest

January 9, 2008

Fantasy Band

Filed under: advertising, Art, pointlessness — Brian @ 9:59 pm

Following Eric and Beth, I couldn’t resist this one.

Here are the steps:

I give you, “Do it for me” by Hierocles of Alexandria:

Hierocles

A fine inspiration for a band name. According to Wikipedia, “He seems to have been banished from Alexandria and to have taken up his abode in Constantinople* where he gave such offence by his religious opinions that he was thrown into prison and cruelly flogged.”

Photo credit: Ryan Dickey
(I’ll say that if you wanted album art, you could do much worse than what meesterdickey has in his photostream.)

*not Istanbul.

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4 Comments »

  1. I guess it says a lot about the state of modern music (or consumer expectations) when almost every one of these randomly-assembled packages looks like it really could be a commercially released album!

    Comment by Eric — January 9, 2008 @ 10:10 pm

  2. I love the juxtaposition of the ancient Greeks with the modern source of all information…it looks like more than fingers have done the walking all over this particular model though. ;-)

    Comment by gwynne — January 9, 2008 @ 11:12 pm

  3. I think you’re right, Eric. Anything can be a band name these days. There’s a game on the local alt-rock station where the DJ gives three “band names” and people call in to guess which one he made up and which are real. It always takes a long time. It’s all to the good, I say.

    Gwynne – I liked the discarded phone book and the “do it for me” quote. Like someone couldn’t be bothered to even supply a decent phone book when demanding assistance. (In direct contradiction of the intent of the quote, “Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me.”)

    This is poetry.

    Comment by Brian — January 10, 2008 @ 7:26 am

  4. Nicely done, I’d better join the crowd and do this too hehe.

    Comment by Rach — January 11, 2008 @ 5:22 pm


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