A video-game: Secret of the black Onyx.
Ian A.Anderson ('71), Amon Duul (Live '72), Geoffrey Woodrull (Live '74), Tin Lizzy (New Day '69 & '73),
Old Pete ('74 & '80), Nazareth (No Mean City '78), Eloy (Planets '81,
Metromania '84), Bo Hanson (Lord of the Rings '79), Crazy Nights (The Tigers of Pan Tang '81), Scorpions
(Lonesom Crow '82), Diamond Head (Living on borrowed Time '82), Magnum ('85, '86, Kingdom of Madness '88,
Magnum II '88), Jabberwocky ('99).
The Øresund Space Collective Release falls on the heels of artwork Ed recently completed earlier this year for
The Tangent - A Place In The Queue. A Place In The Queue is the third collaborative project with the
The Tangent, revealing new aspects of melodic jazz prog. (Also available as special edition in Digipak, with
expanded Booklet and Bonus-CD.)
He also did the cover from the Tangent dvd Going Off On One.
Additionally, Ed Unitsky collaborated with Guy Manning’s New Release Anser's Tree in August 2006. This was Ed and Guy’s third collaboration. Albums purchased directly from the Progrock records or the Guy Manning websites will also receive a special full colour poster that includes the complete family tree for the characters on the album.
Ed Unitsky has just (summer 2007) completed the Cover Artwork for THE FLOWER KINGS newest album Sum of No Evil!!
Ed’s retro-hippie creative idea was to morph a 1960’s VW Van into a gold fish in a sea of cosmic Light surrounded by spiritual representations and swimming above the Taj Mahal.
Mmm he has succeeded very well!
On the interior of the booklet you will find a re-colorized version Ed's "The Great Car" depicting the sum of goodness traveling through life's journey . A Buddha figure riding atop a VW Beetle Car with a good luck elephant leading the car forward. The car is equipped with many other collage details such as a budding lotus mandolin, bamboo scripture wheels, ancient limestone carvings, peaceful, serene and beautiful elements, landscapes, flowers and butterflies. It is an adventure to see the many details of the The Great Car on its blue-sky desert-moon highway.
And he already made the artwork for Rosfest 2008.
Ed wanted to created a full color "bright color spectrum" illumination. The unique and colorful artwork is filled with details with elements transitioning from Ed's last years logo arwork creation for the 2007 Festival. There are many surprise details within the fanciful logo throughout the artwork that are a real treat for the progressive rock fan!
A nice interview of this powerful and colourful painter you can find on www.jerrylucky.com/.
An interview of the new Michelangelo, the new Roger Dean the new Storm Thorgerson at my friends from
DPRP (indeed Ed Unitsky is his name).
Please have it look; supers!
Olga talked with Ed for www.progressor.net/,nice one too!
Enjoy the art and music!!!