Ann Robertson – Artist and Illustrator

X-ray plates and Bootleg Music

Apr 4, 2015 | Curiosities, Inspiration | 1 comment

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Found this in the BMJ. Not sure what it has to with illustration but think it is great. About bootleg music during the cold war era in the Soviet Union. X-ray plates were used and the grooves cut into the disc. They were called ‘bones” or “ribs”.

1 Comment

  1. Jane

    Love the new site Ann. It’s great to see new work and be reminded what a talent you are.

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