MATRIXSYNTH: Bob Moog Foundation Squarewave to Heaven Synth T-Shirt by David Lovelace, Posters, & Interviews

Friday, December 28, 2018

Bob Moog Foundation Squarewave to Heaven Synth T-Shirt by David Lovelace, Posters, & Interviews

Soon to be a classic, this t-shirt was conceptualized and designed by our graphics guru David Lovelace. It has been so popular in Germany that we listed it on as well. Check it out here.

"Inspired by Bob Moog? So are we! The Bob Moog Foundation strives to ignite creativity in children and adults through the intersection of science, music, and technology. Your support helps our ongoing work inspiring young children about the science of sound through our hallmark educational project, Dr. Bob's SoundSchool, and our historic preservation of the Bob Moog Foundation Archives, which includes thousands of schematics, photos, notes, vintage catalogs, personal correspondence, instruments, and more. In the spring of 2019 both of these projects will converge in a Moogseum in downtown Asheville, NC."

"Starting today and running through Tuesday, January 1st, all of the art and festival posters (many signed by the performing artists!) on our online store are 25% off!

Go here to check out the entire sale. Just enter discount code 'Posters25' at checkout!"

"Our executive director Michelle Moog-Koussa was recently featured on the podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz, which explores the stories behind the world's most recognizable and interesting sounds. Both she and theremin virtuoso Rob Schwimmer appear alongside the podcast's host, Dallas Taylor, discussing the theremin's history, functionality, and its link to Bob Moog and his work.

You can listen to the podcast here.

Michelle was also interviewed by Heather Anders of 98.1 The River in the Foundation's hometown of Asheville, NC. Heather delved into all of the Foundation's work, with an exploration of the plans for the Moogseum.

You can listen to that insightful interview here."

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