Interviews

Mauro Gatti (Creative director of Gluebalize magazine)

My first encounter with Gluebalize was through Tom Muller’s Pixelsurgeon link in October 2003 after the launch of its first issue. The first work in the “What is net art?” themed issue was a piece by Area3 that jammed the whole net art jargon into an electro/hip-hop video clip. It presented a very intelligent angle [...]

Blockhead

Music By Cavelight might be the debut album from recent Ninja Tune signing Blockhead, though some of the material featured on it dates back seven years to 1997. But however you look at it, it's a brilliant and distinctive record from this Manhattan boy made good, which positively laughs in the face of hip-hop conventions. [...]

Laurence Campbell, Lee Townsend, and Gary Caldwell

Kid Yam Lo talks shop with the art team (penciller Laurence Campbell, inker Lee Townsend, and colourist Gary Caldwell) behind 2000AD's Synnamon. Additionally - as an exclusive treat for Pixelsurgeon visitors - we have a few pages of Campbell's original pencil work to accompany this interview; scroll down and feast your eyes... PIXELSURGEON: Thanks for talking to [...]

The Mountaineers

Due to their unique sound and approach to making music, The Mountaineers are truly a band of the 21st Century. Like Momus, they use electronic music and merge it with acoustic, organic, and folk music. This fusion of natural and synthetic music is extremely original and surprisingly accessible due to the pop song structures. The [...]

Dark Globe

I am text block. Click edit button to change this text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo. Like most Next Big Things, Dark Globe have actually been around for quite a while. You might have heard their remixes of Orbital and Two Lone [...]

Teargas and Plateglass

Electronic music has evolved into a myriad of different categories and styles. There is techno, ambient, dub, break-beat, house, acid-house, industrial, ambient, chill-out, etc. The list is endless. England's trip-hop pioneers, Massive Attack, were at the forefront of a movement and have influenced thousands of people. Like Massive Attack's later work, Teargas & Plateglass have [...]

Gemma Hayes

Gemma Hayes is the kind of girl who breaks hearts. Be it with a glance or a song, this most talented glint in Ireland's emerald could stop a bullet train dead in its tracks. Effortlessly. The debut album's (almost) in the bag, but Gemma would rather share an intimate moment with Michael Gently and deliver [...]

Celluloide

The French synth-pop group, Celluloide has evolved while maintaining a balance of the past and future. While their music is deeply rooted in the 80’s electronic synthesizer melodies of Depeche Mode, Nitzer Ebb, Front 242, and Trisomie 21, there is still a futuristic sound and energy. The balance of futuristic sounds and the 80’s feel [...]

Sound Providers

While many critics and fans agree that the state of hip-hop is in a downward spiral, there are a good number of artists and producers that are keeping good, intelligent, soulful hip-hop alive and well. The Sound Providers are one such act. Once a 3-man group consisting of Profile, Jason Skills, and Soulo, eventually Profile [...]

Amateur Night In The Big Top

Shaun Ryder is a legend but his Mondays (and the other days of his week) have not been very happy. He is the man from Manchester and the man from Happy Mondays and Black Grape. After many fall-outs with family members, record labels, managers, and who knows who else, his cousin, Pete Carroll always stood [...]

Guitar Wolf

Guitar Wolf are pure, distilled Japanese Rock and Roll: slicked back hair, drainpipe leather trousers, loud guitars and an attitude to match. Famous for their outrageously wild gigs that pour every rock and roll cliché you can possibly imagine into an hour or so of powerful, energetic garage rock fused with high octane rockabilly and [...]

Kool G Rap

Kool G Rap is a legend in the hip-hop world. From It's A Demo to his latest project Click Of Respect, Kool G Rap has never compromised his music. His quick fire delivery, signature lisp, mumbling voice, and hardcore rhymes have made him the godfather of hardcore hip-hop music. All of the hardcore emcees you [...]

Gravenhurst

As we approach the mid-way point of 2004, however fast it seems to have gone, it's definitely been an amazing year for new music. And just when you expect the inspiration in the release schedule to dry up in time for summer, along comes Gravenhurst with a stunning album called Flashlight Seasons. It's unusual to [...]

Edan

In the grand scheme of things a shy white kid from Boston rapping about smoking aluminium doesn’t sound like a hip-hop revelation, but Edan’s debut lp, “Primitive Plus”, was so fresh and raw that you couldn’t help sit up and take notice. The album sounds like it was recorded in one summer day session, an [...]

Aoineko

Aoineko are a creative collective pumping out cutting edge art, computer graphics and music. Centred around Ben Steele, who does the art and electronics, the group's musical direction is also shaped by Aoineko's extremely foxy vocalist Sonja, its three guitarists: John, Cliff, and Garth, its two drummers: John and Jason, and bassist Christopher. Artistically, Ben [...]

Giulia Balladore

Giulia Balladore's extraordinary illustrations have the capacity to stop people in their tracks: arresting images of women with perfect, smooth skin, glistening lips and sparkling eyes. At once both realistic and artificial. And the choice of software to create the images is puzzling, too: Macromedia Flash, a tool better known for creating online animations than [...]

Acidtwist

Acidtwist is the brainchild of Tavish, a designer with Scottish and Taiwanese heritage who lives with a "quiet goldfish" (is there any other kind?) somewhere in the centre of Montreal. A graduate of McCill University with a degree in Art History and graduate certificates in Publishing from NYU and Digital Design Art from Concordia, Tavish [...]

Brand Nubian

"Do the knowledge", was something that Brand Nubian would say often. The socio-political hip-hop group from New Rochelle, NY, was both influential and innovative. Since day one, Brand Nubian have expressed their love of knowledge and tried to teach and uplift their community. Brand Nubian have been innovators in conscious hip-hop since the late 80s, [...]

Guitar Vader

If you've ever been lucky enough to see Guitar Vader play live, you'll know that they are one of Japan's best kept secrets. They've recently released a brand new album, Happy East, (see our review here), which joins their previous albums Dawn, From Dusk, Remixes GVR, Wild at Honey and Die Happy. The band first got noticed in the West [...]

Charles Glaubitz

Born to a German American father from Nebraska and mother from Los Mochis Sinaloa, Mexico, Charles Glaubitz’s works reflect the cultural influences of his parentage as well as the two cities he lives in (San Diego and Tijuana). I speak to Charles to better understand his works and the common theme of social commentaries that [...]

Goldie Lookin Chain

You knows it. We caught up with Billy Webb and The Maggot, founder members of the 8 piece hip hop dynasty Goldie Lookin Chain at their Lemon Grove gig in Exeter. Once the boys had overcome their excitement about the Freddy Mercury suite and the Free Tibet room that make up part of the university [...]

Dave Gorman

Dave Gorman has gradually forged his way into the UK consciousness over the last few years with his unique brand of stand up. Or rather, with his unique brand of storytelling, which happens to also be extremely funny. His popular book and TV Show, Are You Dave Gorman?, where our protagonist travelled all over the [...]

DJ Krush

DJ Krush is one of the most innovative and most respected DJ/producers to come out of Japan. With his music ranging from hip-hop to techno to acid jazz, some critics have labeled him the "Godfather Of Trip-Hop". While this may not be a term he consciously agrees with (or even cares about), there is a [...]

The 5,6,7,8’s

If you've seen the movie Kill Bill – and let's face it, who hasn't? – then you will have doubtless enjoyed the Japanese all-girl trio playing in the House of Blue Leaves shortly before Uma Thurman goes on a blood soaked rampage. The band in question is The 5,6,7,8's, Japan's rockabilly vixens and queens of the beehive. [...]

Stephen Holding

Stephen Holding currently lives in NYC and divides his time between his full time design job and painting. He is interested in blurring the lines between street art, fine art and design. His influences are "light, motion, energy, mass, and the infinite interactions between them." Stephen believes that "The best way to predict the future [...]

Osymyso

The initial chime still resonates when a voice urges the music onwards with an impatient "let's go". Over an ambient soundscape a radiospeaker's voice from the 50' or 60's starts to introduce what we are about to hear. Just as some degree of relaxation settles in, the rhythm starts to pick up and things transition [...]

Edgar Wright

Peter Jackson. Sam Raimi. George Romero. Quentin Tarantino. A list of famous and well-respected film directors, you might think. And you'd be right. But it turns out that they were also all disarmed by the little British zom rom com that is Shaun of the Dead. And not in the sense of those quotes you see [...]

Andrew Rae

You'll recognise an Andrew Rae illustration instantly. It's the combination of loose hand drawn figures, surreal notions (like a walking city or a guy with a record deck for a head), endless tangled wires and playful sense of the macabre and strange. Based in London, Andrew Rae is a busy man, as well as his [...]

Nathan James

Nathan James is a young Canadian artist currently living and working in Toronto. He creates striking images that combine elements of portraiture with graphic art. His paintings often give the viewer a tantalizing glimpse of larger, undefined narratives. Strong personalities emerge from Nathan's canvasses to act out both the salient and mundane moments from their [...]

Alex Ferrari, Jorge Rodriguez and Sean Falcon (Broken)

Alex Ferrari and Jorge Rodriquez have done an incredible thing. Using their own money, they financed a short film that looks as good as any Hollywood blockbuster and twice as exciting. Broken is a 15 minute psychological action thriller that contains a staggering 100 visual effects shots, produced on an $8,000 budget that would make studio execs [...]

Richard Lowenstein

All heated-up by the fervour surrounding its bookish counterpart, Michael Gently went filmic at the 8th Australian Film Festival and caught up with He Died With A Felafel In His Hand director, Richard Lowenstein, for his only UK interview. Having previously directed promos for acts such as U2, Pete Townshend and INXS, Lowenstein is a [...]

Bob Staake

Bob Staake is known for his bright, vibrant, energetic illustrations which have graced the pages of The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and Sports Illustrated For Kids. His clients include Nickelodeon, American Express, Sony, The Ren and Stimpy Show and Random House. He's also a regular contributor to MAD magazine and has illustrated dozens [...]

Charles Hively – 3×3 Magazine

Ex-advertising agency head, creative director, art director, copywriter and photographer Charles Hively is not one to give up without a fight, but even his closest friends and colleagues thought he was punching above his weight with his latest venture; that of single-handedly design directing and publishing one of the only magazines dedicated solely to the [...]

Ai Kijima

Ai Kijima is a Japanese born textile artist currently living in Chicago. A self-confessed fabric addict, Ai’s distinctive works are chaotic collages: amalgamations of found material painstakingly stitched into evocative cross-cultural patchworks. Her work often employs iconic imagery derived from current and recently discarded popular culture, and she sometimes juxtaposes these garish images with fabrics [...]

Margot Quan Knight

The work of American artist Margot Knight sticks in the mind: a strange parallel universe of double takes and playful, sometimes dark, surrealism. Beginning with a sequence of photographic images created while a researcher at Fabrica—Benetton's communications and research centre founded in 1994 to foster young creative talent from all over the world—Margot went on [...]

Brendan Monroe

Brendan Monroe was born and raised in Southern California with a BFA honours from the Art Centre College of Design. He currently resides in Los Angeles, producing work in an underground basement in the Chinatown of LA. While he's not working, he's out camping, skateboarding, chasing stray cats and collecting insects. In short, living it [...]

Wil Johnson

British actor Wil Johnson, notable for appearances in TV dramas such as Babyfather is due to appear on British TV screens this September in the fifth series of the BBC crime drama Waking The Dead in which he plays DI Spencer Jordan. Before a sojourn in Los Angles, Konrad Obiora met Wil to talk about the forthcoming series and [...]

Jamie Lidell

He produces, he sings, he beat-boxes and plays all his own instruments. He's an incredible showman. And he's been one of Pixelsurgeon's favourite acts in 2005, because his truly unique take on soul, blues and funk is like nothing else you ever thought you'd hear. Thankfully, the man himself decided to take a break for [...]

Simon Rudd

Putrefying flesh, distorted bodies, vile tongues and mouths like gaping sores are pretty much the stock in trade of digital artist Simon Rudd, who also goes by the name of Rev Jesse Custer. His darkly disturbing and surreal images look like fragments from your worst nightmares, but it's all created from photographs of friends and [...]

Hector Ayuso / OFFF

In the ever-changing scene of new-media design, the Barcelona born OFFF festival has always presented the voice of the creative cutting edge. Pixelsurgeon interviews Hector Ayuso, OFFF’s chief curator on the eve of OFFF MX 2006 based in Mexico for the first time. UPDATE Following the unfortunate decision by TV Azteca—OFFF Mexico City's sponsor—to cancel the event due [...]

Guy Pearce

Since making his name on Neighbours, Guy Pearce has transformed himself into a bona fide movie star. First with a head turning role as a drag queen in Priscilla Queen of the Desert, and with subsequent acclaimed performances in LA Confidential (1997), Memento (2000) and now The Proposition (2005). In this Australian western he plays Charlie, the middle of three brothers operating an [...]

Nick Cave

With his screenplay for John Hillcoat’s The Proposition, the internationally revered singer-songwriter Nick Cave has produced a richly crafted story of beauty, savagery and redemption. A bushranger western set in 1880s Australia, the movie stars Guy Pearce and Danny Huston as Irish outlaw brothers caught up in a deadly Faustian pact with a British police captain and [...]

Nightmares on Wax

George Evelyn might be running things on his own now following the departure of Kevin Harper, but Nightmares on Wax have been commanding high levels of respect from those in the know for over 15 years now. And whilst 2002s Mind Elevation album didn’t receive the critical acclaim that the now classic Smokers Delight and [...]

Lint Museum

Lint Museum—the museum of little things—is the illustration portfolio of the museum's Curator, showcasing her curious collages and more. Inside you'll find lists of her obsessions, her blog—which reads like poetry—and of course the Curator's artwork, distilled from a melting pot of colourful and surreal influences. The Curator loves swear words. She recently held an [...]

Brett Leonard

After making a name for himself in the successful special-effects driven movie The Lawnmower Man (1992) starring Jeff Fahey and Pierce Brosnan, director Brett Leonard took on a string of high tech projects, such as Virtuosity (1995) and an IMAX dinosaur flick T-Rex: Back to the Cretaceous (1998). Following a disappointing experience with Marvel’s Man-Thing (2005), Leonard decided to concentrate on a low-budget, [...]

Chris James Hewitt

Whether you're staring at one of his print pieces or being mesmerized by his motion work, Chris Hewitt has an unmistakable style that cannot be ignored. You're compelled to absorb the work in its entirety, be it a short title sequence for a children's show or an inspirational conceptual piece. Now that he's taken his [...]

Lost Idol (James Dean)

Fast approaching its fifth Birthday, Cookshop Records is gaining an authority as a quality imprint that puts out a varied but consistently superior selection of tracks. But co-founder, producer and DJ in his own right James Dean has only just found the time to put out a debut longplayer on the label under his Lost [...]

The Cinematic Orchestra

The Cinematic Orchestra were formed in 1999 by Jason Swinscoe, who was an employee at Ninja Tune at the time, responsible for export sales. The first album, Motion, produced while Jason was still working for the famous independent, was voted album of the year by listeners to Gilles Peterson’s Radio One show. A remix album [...]

Taniguchi Yoshihiro, founder of Digmeout

Shinsaibashi, Osaka. Wednesday 3:00 pm in America-mura. No-tie button shirt and cardigan, long black hair and black glasses, standing a full two heads taller than anyone on the busy streets, Taniguchi Yoshihiro catches the eye. He moves and speaks with whirlwind urgency, eyes and ears open to the surrounding din -- radar in search of [...]

Stu Maschwitz (DV Rebel)

Stu Maschwitz (pictured left with Orphanage co-founder Jonathan Rothbart) has managed to crystallise the zeitgeist of the modern low-budget filmmaker with his book The DV Rebel's Guide: An ALL-DIGITAL approach to making killer action movies on the cheap. Cheap, high quality digital video cameras and accessible software for desktop machines means that if you've ever dreamed of [...]

Todd Purgason

Todd Purgason is the Creative Director for Juxt Interactive, a web design studio based in Southern California, specializing in Internet strategy and Flash-based interactive web sites. The work Juxt has completed under his leadership has earned a number of awards, including the Clio Award, the How Magazine International Design Competition award, Print Magazine Interactive award, Communication [...]

Frazer Irving

If you're a regular reader of Britain's 2000AD, you'll be more than familiar with the subtle hues and dynamic brush strokes of rising star Frazer Irving's dramatically rendered art. kick starting his career on the small press scene, Frazer moved on to produce stunning visuals for some of 2000AD's best stories in recent memory. Read [...]

Carlos Segura

There can't be many designers out there who have not flicked through a [T-26] type specimen book without drooling at both the fonts and the amazing packaging. The [T-26] foundry is just one of the many divisions of the award-winning Segura Inc design agency, founded by Carlos Segura. Carlos was originally from Santiago, Cuba and [...]

Cornelius

With his name stolen from Planet Of The Apes , and a reputation for boundless innovation, Cornelius has somehow managed to break down the language and distance barriers to build himself a bulging British fanbase. On a brief trip to Europe to drop off the finished copies of his new album, Point, Cornelius summoned Michael [...]

Autumn Whitehurst

Rhode Island born, New Orleans raised and Brooklyn based (phew!) artist and illustrator Autumn Whitehurst is on the phone. I think she's laughing because I'm rambling away like John Moschitta Jr with Tourette's. I always do this with Americans, and I have no idea why. We agree that an email interview will be for the [...]

DJ Vadim

DJ Vadim is the king of cutting edge hip hop and the master of the sublime Russian Percussion. From an early age he had his heart set on becoming a tennis star but injury forced him to stop. But sport's loss is music's gain, and starting out with “Abstract Hallucinogenic Gases” and “Headz Ain't Ready” [...]

Jakob Nielsen

Jakob Nielsen, Ph.D., is a User Advocate and principal of the Nielsen Norman Group, which he co-founded with Dr. Donald A. Norman (former VP of research at Apple Computer). Until 1998, Dr. Nielsen was a Sun Microsystems Distinguished Engineer and led that company's Web usability efforts starting with the original design of SunWeb in early 1994. Nielsen's Alertbox column about Web usability has been [...]

Guy Sagee

The recent Israeli club scene boom has produced many trends and icons; DJs, drugs, alcohol, drag queens. Take the design: the scene is flooded with visuals, from logos to album cover art to flyers, to posters and other paraphernalia. When a big star hits town, the streets are wrapped with posters hailing his or her [...]

Momus

Momus (in reality, a Scot called Nick Currie) is truly one of the most eclectic and unique artists in the world. His debut LP Circus Maximus (on El Records) got the attention of Alan McGee, head of Creation Records. After that, it was a snowball effect, with Momus releasing seven albums on Creation Records (Poison [...]

Cherrywine

Ishmael Butler aka Cherrywine has travelled a long road and has come full circle in both his life and his music career. In the early/mid 90s, when he went under the name Butterfly, his jazz-influenced group Digable Planets released two very different LPs, won a Grammy (for Best Rap Performance By a Group), and travelled [...]

Pleix

Pleix is a Paris-based group of digital artists who shot to the World's attention when they produced the imaginative video for Plaid's track Itsu, in response to a Creative Review/Warp Records competition. There are seven members in total: Jean-Philippe Deslandes, works as an electronic music composer (under the name Bleip) and as a video editor; Genevieve [...]

TADO

Sheffield-based designer and Illustrator duo TADO, made up of the inseparable Mike and Katie have created a universe populated by cartoon versions of themselves and cute, slightly unhinged teddy bears, glassy-eyed dolls and other brightly coloured characters. As well as spending more on toys than they actually earn, Mike and Katie have now joined forces [...]

The Telescopes

Stephen Lawrie and his band, The Telescopes, are one of the most versatile and enigmatic bands that change with every single album. Based in Burton-upon-Trent, England, they began as an extremely loud white-noise ridden band similar to Jesus And Mary Chain, Spacemen 3, and My Bloody Valentine. Their debut album Taste (on What Goes On Records) was [...]

Blake’s 7 [producer Andrew Mark Sewell]

It's been 25 years since the groundbreaking, low budget British science fiction series Blake’s 7 first aired. Famed for its unintentional campness (some have dubbed it "Abba in space") and poor quality special effects, the show nevertheless gripped the nation week after week thanks to its dark subject matter and strong characters. For those too [...]

Louis Logic

Every once in a while an emcee comes out of nowhere and releases a mind-blowing modern hip-hop classic debut album that is filled with intelligence, insanity, sharp wit, and a balance of solid beats and tight rhymes. Louis Logic has been making some minor noise in the underground circuit for some time now. His association [...]

The Lovetones

Australia has always given music lovers underrated bands that create wonderful, intelligent, and zealous music. Severed Heads, Underground Lovers, Boxcar, and many others all make music that aren’t known to everybody but are loved by their fans. The Lovetones are Australia’s newest export. With a strong Beatles influence and an intelligent pop sensibility, The Lovetones [...]

Organic Audio

Andy Spence, the production boffin behind Organic Audio, has just released his third album, Lovelight, on his own Autoa label (see the Pixelsurgeon review here). Since the release of his previous album he's had music featured in a couple of Hollywood blockbusters, played all over the world, including Big Chill and Notting Hill Carnival, and had [...]

David Horvath

David Horvath graduated from the Parsons School of Design in NYC and shortly afterwards set up his illustration studio based in New York having been inspired by a Parappa the Rapper Playstation game. He became well known for his bizarre characters such as Noupa and Cutmonkey, but has recently become famous for his series of [...]

Justin Harder

Jimi Hendrix and Eddie van Halen did it for rock guitar, Tony Hawk and Tiger Woods did it for skateboarding and golf, and now Justin Harder is doing it for motion graphics. By "it," I mean that those five men are so good at what they do that when you witness the fruits of their [...]

Eric So

If you're a serious toy collector then you'll either have a couple of Eric So figures in your collection, or you'll be dreaming of having some. Eric So, together with Michael Lau, made the world sit up and take notice of Hong Kong's ability to compete head on with Japan's massive toy figure industry. Eric [...]

Kid Koala

Kid Koala is an artist synonymous with the Ninja Tune label, but six years after his initial signing, we've only just had the chance to hear his second full length album, the presumably factually titled "Some of My Best Friends are DJs". Luckily, it was well worth the wait, not least because we got the [...]

Gregory Webster (Razorcuts/Sportique)

After punk and new wave and before ‘alternative’ music was born with MTV’s 120 Minutes, there was a wonderful record label called Creation Records that was owned and ran by Alan McGee. The Razorcuts, was a brilliant pop group that used influences from the 60s, 70s and the 80s. Consisting of Gregory Webster and Tim [...]

Ballboy

Scotland has contributed some amazing post-punk indie music in last couple of decades. From The Jesus And Mary Chain to Momus to Close Lobsters to Primal Scream, Scotland’s music has been as eclectic as it has been entertaining. Ballboy is Scotland’s newest export and their fan-base is consistently increasing. Signed to SL Records in the [...]

Peter Green of Class

Peter Green is the main singer/songwriter behind the group Class as well as the president and owner of Double Agent Records. Although they never play live, Class has released a critically acclaimed LP “First Class” and a remix EP called “A Quiet Life”. Both releases have mellow songs, acoustic guitars fused with sci-fi film-noir electronic [...]

Arms of Kismet

Mark Doyon, formerly of the D.C. indie pop group Wampeters, has come full circle and started his solo project along with his own label. After their third album "Murder Your Darlings", Wampeters called it quits. Mark Doyon’s new project, Arms Of Kismet, is an eclectic mix of guitar indie pop, with a little bit of [...]

Bonobo

Although a relatively recent signing to Ninja Tune, Bonobo (aka Simon Green) has more than proved his value to the label. Anyone who nodded his or her head approvingly to the intricately intimate grooves pervading the Dial M for Monkey album last summer will no doubt agree. Listen back to his earlier releases on the Tru Thoughts [...]

Bid from Scarlett’s Well (formerly of Monochrome Set)

Bid, formally of The Monochrome Set and now the main force behind Scarlet’s Well, is one of the most enigmatic and eclectic musicians today. While The Monochrome Set was more indie guitar pop, Scarlet’s Well is a literate and magical project about remote land, during distant time. While all the songs are written by Bid, [...]

Chris Abbott

The C64 was the best-selling computer in history, largely due to its SID sound chip, but who would have imagined, 20 years later, a thriving C64 remix community would exist? We spoke to Chris Abbott, of C64audio.com and High Technology Publishing fame, about C64 remixes, Zombie Nation, and the importance of Finland in the C64 [...]

Zero7

Whichever way you look at it, Simple Things, the debut album from Zero7, made a musical impact in 2001 that most acts can only fantasise about. Not only did it stand out as an extraordinarily well-rounded body of work in its own right; elements of it could soon be heard everywhere, on numerous compilation albums, [...]

Nick Rolph

Of late, painter and illustrator Nick Rolph is burning the midnight oil with a series of works on the subject of anesthesia. The rest of the time, he’s quite busy, thanks, with days of full-time work, housesitting in the country, and the management of what he terms “domestic wildlife.” We spoke by email. PIXELSURGEON: I’ve [...]