Into the future.
Bush Days — I know it’s a bit late, but it’s because I wanted this last Bush post to be something useful, something motivational, so it’s take me an extra couple of days to put together, in and around the other work I have to do.
One brilliant thing about music fans in the 1990s was the fact that there were loads of fan websites for just about any band you could think to check out. Of course, the Internet was a lot younger, HTML and CSS hadn’t come a long way, but the effort was there; great music inspired all kinds of art, including that which used the web as a canvas.
You don’t often see much in the way of fan sites anymore, a lamentable fact. But the Internet isn’t just for the corporate; remember how much fun you used to have decking out your Myspace page before Facebook came along and distilled everything down to uniformity? Are you aching to express yourself again, exploring the free webspace and tools that your ISP is more than likely providing to you?
I’ve put together a little care package for you, a fansite kit zipped together for your convenience — I took each Bush logo to date and stenciled it out into a vector form, then created hi-res transparent web-ready images out of them (there are two of each, hoping one or the other will best suit your site’s background colour). Further, I took each studio album cover to date and adjusted it to make it the sharpest, most vivid 500×500 image it could be.
So in the zip file you’ll find:
- Adobe Illustrator (.ai) vector files for all five logos
- Two transparent .png files of each logo — one in black, one in white
- Vivid 500×500 screen-res album covers from Sixteen Stone to Afterlife
Download zip file (6.3 MB)
Bush Days may be coming to an end, but the journey for Bush is really just beginning. Here’s to the new record, those four rocking gentlemen, and expression of every type and flavour.