SummarySerato is proud to announce the release of the first ever picture disc in the Serato Artist Series - The Eric Orr DJ Robot Control Vinyl.
This Series will showcase pieces designed exclusively for Serato by artists from around the world. Working with STOKYO they have created an incredibly unique Control Vinyl. Hand pressed in Japan and 30% lighter than a traditional picture disc; these records are designed by DJs, for DJs. This double sided pressing with the licensed Serato Control Tone on each side also features 10 hologram cue point stickers.
Eric Orr is an artist and designer from New York City. He attended the School of Visual Arts in 1979 and the Arts Student League during 1980-83, and began his career painting in the NYC subway stations through the early 1980's. It was there that he substituted typography for his unique character, or symbol, the "Robothead" and collaborated with pop artist Keith Haring on the black panel subway spaces. Paralleling his art world in the NYC street culture, Eric was part of the hip-hop scene in the late 70's. He produced work for DJ and community leader Afrika Bambaataa (the godfather of hip hop), the brand logo for the Strong City Records label, and legendary hip hop artists of the 80's such as Jazzy Jay, Don Baron, Busy Bee, Nu-Sounds, Ultimate Force, Masters of Ceremony and Tony D moving into the 90's with the Diggin' In The Crates (DITC) crew and rapper Lord Finesse, Jazzy Joyce, JoeSki Love and Positive K just to name a few.