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The Mind's Eye series consists of several art films rendered using computer-generated imagery of varying levels of sophistication. The series began in 1990. It was produced by Steven Churchill of Odyssey Productions (originally Odyssey Visual Design) & Miramar Productions. The series was released on VHS (by BMG ) and LaserDisc (by Image Entertainment [1] ) and later re-released on DVD (by the now-defunct Simitar Entertainment ).

The typical entry in the Mind's Eye series is a short package film , usually 50 to 60 minutes long, with an electronic music soundtrack over a series of music video -like sequences. The original film, titled The Mind's Eye: A Computer Animation Odyssey by director and co-producer Jan Nickman , consisted of a non-rigid structure of many semi-related sequences. The general style which characterizes the series is light and cartoony due to the difficulty of rendering more complicated images using the computers of the day.

The soundtracks for the films were composed by James Reynolds , Thomas Dolby , Jan Hammer and Kerry Livgren (founder and guitarist for Kansas ). [2]

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The Mind's Eye series consists of several art films rendered using computer-generated imagery of varying levels of sophistication. The series began in 1990. It was produced by Steven Churchill of Odyssey Productions (originally Odyssey Visual Design) & Miramar Productions. The series was released on VHS (by BMG ) and LaserDisc (by Image Entertainment [1] ) and later re-released on DVD (by the now-defunct Simitar Entertainment ).

The typical entry in the Mind's Eye series is a short package film , usually 50 to 60 minutes long, with an electronic music soundtrack over a series of music video -like sequences. The original film, titled The Mind's Eye: A Computer Animation Odyssey by director and co-producer Jan Nickman , consisted of a non-rigid structure of many semi-related sequences. The general style which characterizes the series is light and cartoony due to the difficulty of rendering more complicated images using the computers of the day.

The soundtracks for the films were composed by James Reynolds , Thomas Dolby , Jan Hammer and Kerry Livgren (founder and guitarist for Kansas ). [2]

The Mind’s Eye: The Art of Omni is the very first publication to celebrate the stunning details of this exceptional science fiction imagery of the era in an oversized format. The Mind’s Eye will contain approximately 175 or more images from the contributing Omni artists including Jon Berkey, Chris Moore, H.R. Giger, Rafal Olbinski, De Es Schwertberger, Rallé, Tsuneo Sanda, Hajime Sorayama, Robert McCall, Robert Venosa, and Colin Hay among many more along with quotes from artists, contributors, writers, and critics.

Collected in book form for the first time ever, the striking art from this extraordinary magazine will delight fans who remember seeing the work years ago and newcomers interested in the unique aesthetic of this genre’s biggest artists.

Jeremy Frommer , Wall Street financier and media industry investor, has been collecting art and pop culture memorabilia for over 20 years. In 2009, he retired from the financial services industry, where he was senior managing director and global head of The Royal Bank of Canada’s Global Prime Services division. Soon thereafter, Frommer and his business partner, producer Rick Schwartz, began acquiring a number of intellectual properties and media assets. In early 2012, they formed Jerrick Ventures. Jerrick Ventures acquired the assets of Omni magazine, including its vast art collection.

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The Mind's Eye series consists of several art films rendered using computer-generated imagery of varying levels of sophistication. The series began in 1990. It was produced by Steven Churchill of Odyssey Productions (originally Odyssey Visual Design) & Miramar Productions. The series was released on VHS (by BMG ) and LaserDisc (by Image Entertainment [1] ) and later re-released on DVD (by the now-defunct Simitar Entertainment ).

The typical entry in the Mind's Eye series is a short package film , usually 50 to 60 minutes long, with an electronic music soundtrack over a series of music video -like sequences. The original film, titled The Mind's Eye: A Computer Animation Odyssey by director and co-producer Jan Nickman , consisted of a non-rigid structure of many semi-related sequences. The general style which characterizes the series is light and cartoony due to the difficulty of rendering more complicated images using the computers of the day.

The soundtracks for the films were composed by James Reynolds , Thomas Dolby , Jan Hammer and Kerry Livgren (founder and guitarist for Kansas ). [2]

The Mind’s Eye: The Art of Omni is the very first publication to celebrate the stunning details of this exceptional science fiction imagery of the era in an oversized format. The Mind’s Eye will contain approximately 175 or more images from the contributing Omni artists including Jon Berkey, Chris Moore, H.R. Giger, Rafal Olbinski, De Es Schwertberger, Rallé, Tsuneo Sanda, Hajime Sorayama, Robert McCall, Robert Venosa, and Colin Hay among many more along with quotes from artists, contributors, writers, and critics.

Collected in book form for the first time ever, the striking art from this extraordinary magazine will delight fans who remember seeing the work years ago and newcomers interested in the unique aesthetic of this genre’s biggest artists.

Jeremy Frommer , Wall Street financier and media industry investor, has been collecting art and pop culture memorabilia for over 20 years. In 2009, he retired from the financial services industry, where he was senior managing director and global head of The Royal Bank of Canada’s Global Prime Services division. Soon thereafter, Frommer and his business partner, producer Rick Schwartz, began acquiring a number of intellectual properties and media assets. In early 2012, they formed Jerrick Ventures. Jerrick Ventures acquired the assets of Omni magazine, including its vast art collection.


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