Circuit Board Cover by Tim Easley

Circuit Board Cover by Tim Easley

A beautiful and intricate circuit board formed with thousands of miniature modeling clay pieces by Tim Easley resulting in the cover artwork of “Modifications: Set 2”, the latest release by Modified Man, a south London based duo made up of Adam Scrimshire and Dave Koor who creates electronic based soulful tracks combining vintage instruments and live performance. You can see more from Easley on Behance and Instagram.

The idea behind the cover was how the modified men of the future may make artwork out of ancient circuit boards, not quite understanding what they were for because of their crude appearance. For this, I created a design with representations of computer chips and wires. It was sculpted entirely out of plasticine and took around 80 hours to complete, with a final size of 50cm x 50cm. I then photographed the piece from many different angles, and from this, I created the cover and did the design for the rear. The artwork will be used in various other guises for other Modified Man releases in the set.

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