Early in 09, the band Omega Code will release their debut album, along with a book, a DVD and a free series of posters based on their upcoming album “Ω”. A limited number of 2300 posters are going to be printed and distributed around the globe.

Anyone remember that kick ass Tool album that also had a name you didn’t really know what to make of.

23 artists were invited to illustrate the artwork for the project. Artists and designers like Joshua Davis, Si Scott, Mike Cina, Michael Paul Young, Mate Steinforth, Matthew Curry, Nelson Balaban, Tom Muller, Motomichi Nakamura, Danny Franzreb, Robert Lindström, Andreas Pihlström, Chris Hewitt, Hello Hikimori, Sebastian Onufszak, Animatório, Colletivo, Nacionale, Unstru, Tomás Peña, João Oliveira, Peter Jaworowski, Umeric and Doomedo.

You can learn more about the release via Omega Code’s Facebook, MySpace, Orkut and Twitter.

Lets just get out with it already and call 2009 the year of the triangle.

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3 Responses to “Omega Code: Album Release Freebies”

  1. Manu Says:

    not a reply to this article but to “12/16 SIEMENS BRIBERY” in the ‘Off the record’-column:

    So if you think that they should be banned from doing business in the US, would you also agree upon banning every US company which uses unfair methods overseas from doing business abroad?

  2. Sebastian Says:

    Actually 2008 is/was the year of the triangle. 2009 will be the year when the copiers will copy the copiers who allready copied the triangle copiers.

  3. Christopher Cox Says:

    No I don’t think that every company should be banned but the details of the case are pretty nasty. Carrying suitcases full of cash to hand off to foreign diplomats and then keeping record of it on sticky notes so you can destroy them later. It just shows that they were in full awareness of what they were doing and how illegal it was. I understand you point though. Haliburton is just awful. Probably far worse than Siemens. I just think something dramatic needs to be done to one of these companies somewhere somehow sometime to set an example. Otherwise they are just going to keep doing it because they have nothing to fear. If it isn’t Siemens it should be someone else.

    I could be totally wrong, I just think something drastic needs to be done. We have got to start turning some kind of a corner on all the corruption that has been going on for so long now. I just don’t see how a real democracy can work here in the U.S. or anywhere else in the world when there is so much unregulated corruption going on.

    My two cents anyway.

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