arthack of elements of The Tyger by William Blake, overlaid with magnetic
poetry tiles which say: with much zeal for beauty delve, but with trenchant
vow rue urge, a tiny measure your idle pole

The original Tyger Studios began construction in 2001, and completed destruction in 2003. All told, over a quarter of a million dollars were squandered along the way, and a small smattering of contributions were made to a number of recording projects, a few of which were released on small labels, or distributed as demos by the artists. The artwork on this page started life as a page from William Blake's "Songs of Innocence and Experience", but is here, and in other promotional materials for the studio, significantly butchered by me (to some known as "Mookie"). The crude "Magnetic Poetry" is entirely my own shame, not Blake's.