category: Web Design Projects
George Russell passed away peacefully at age 86 on Monday, July 27, from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. His wife and son were at his side.
Stumpworld got to do a little web design for the Stones too. I don’t think the below artwork even made it to a live web site but, it was cool to work for them. We got excellent seats at a Foxwoods show in 2000.
Now this site was a dooosey. It was a web design project for Joe Perry, one of Aerosmith‘s guitarist, and his new record company. I had a beautiful site design and Joe or someone said “it should be a big amp”, Yeah, then Joe should jump out and explode into cosmic bliss chunks that give [...]
Just after 9/11, Stumpworld went belly up. The John Brown’s Body website design project saved my butt in more ways than one.
I remember doing site design for Medeski, Martin & Wood just after Stumpworld moved out of our house and into an actual office building. These guys were just becoming popular and the Lizard Lounge was the place to see them in Boston.
Back in the 90s I worked for a start up web design and development company called Stumpworld and we were lucky enough to get some of the coolest website gigs available in those days. Aerosmith’s first site was probably our biggest production though looking back, sheesh, what newbs. Phish was another of our big clients [...]
Stumpworld also got to do Blue Note Records first official website design. I remember scanning 800+ CD covers then creating large and thumbnail versions of each by hand. Actually I think we had a batch processor but it was not all that great.
Through my friends at Nimbit I got the opportunity to do web design for Arlen Roth, one of a very small group of people who have earned the title “Master of the Telecaster”, an elite force in American culture. The few, the loud, the twang of stringed fury and frolic, bliss and despair. Arlen is [...]
In 1996, my website design and development company at the time, Stumpworld, got the Aerosmith gig and I designed and built their site, “The Space Donut”.