Wordless Wednesday: Blocks

Wordless Wednesday brings us back to the city this week: a stylized architectural study in San Francisco.

Thank you as always for your links and comments on Wordless Wednesday. I have been a bit remiss in returning the comments/visits over the past week because of some things here – I will definitely do so this week.

Orion and Pedals (Hologram Electronics, Electro-Harmonix)

Our pal Orion is back with a couple of pedals: a Hologram Electronics Microcosm and Electro-Harmonix Platform. That Thermionic Culture distortion unit (red) looks pretty cool, too!

From Justin Sullivan (@justin3am) on Twitter.

You can see all of Orion’s appearances via this tag.

Milo and Buchla modules

Milo inspects the case for an emerging Buchla modular system. From Keith Winstanley.

Milo has appeared several times on CatSynth – you can see all his appearances via this tag. Although he is a tuxedo cat, from this angle he looks entirely black. Either way, we know he and his human are going to have a lot of fun with this new modular system.

Casper, Paul, and Speak&Spell

Caspar (black cat) with Paul (human) who sports a Speak&Spell t-shirt. The venerable Speak&Spell has become a mainstay of circuit-bending and other lo-fi electronic music practices.

Submitted by Paul Williams via our Facebook page.

his is Casper, he is the friendliest cat and he belongs to our hosts at an Air B&B we’re staying at in North Wales.

Always fun to meet friendly cats on travels.