Brian Biggs

A few weeks ago I went to Philadelphia and met with Brian Biggs. Brian is a Children’s Book Illustrator, has a very large Pitbull/Greyhound dog named Cyrus and has a nice Eurorack Modular system. I’ve been thinking about which “sampler” module to get. I was looking at the ADDAC Systems Wav player, Make Noise Phonogene or The Harvestman Tyme Sefari. I noticed Brian had both a Tyme Sefari 2 and Phonogene so I basically asked him if he was interested in some show and tell. I wasn’t expecting a proper invite but that’s what I got! As you can see by the photos Brian has a pretty nice set up. A few things I discovered include: a CV joystick is fun, The Harvestman Polivoks VCF isn’t as cool as my Toppobrillo Multifilter, the Teenage Engineering OP-1 is amazing and lastly I want a Phonogene. Brian was interested in checking out my Ekdhal Moisterizer so I brought it with me and we got some proper CV going through it. You can see a few more photos here: flickr.com/photos/thin…

“Brian Biggs (b. March 9, 1968, in Little Rock, Arkansas) is a Children’s Book Illustrator. He has been published by HarperCollins and Random House, among others, and has illustrated a Little Golden Book.” – wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Biggs

For more info: dancerobotdance.com, twitter.com/robotdancerobot, soundcloud.com/dance-robot-dance and mrbiggs.com

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on November 21, 2012 at 7:17 am, filed under Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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One Response to “Brian Biggs”

  1. Plus he wrote and drew the awesome “Dear Julia” comicbook!

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