It’s been a while since fans have seen anything from the Porter Robinson project, as he’s been focused on his “technic-Utopia” side gig Virtual Self. However, Robinson officially embarked on his unforgettable Worlds tour four years ago and has decided to commemorate its anniversary with the “Worlds Live Sketches Collection,” a new line of merchandise that includes sketches from the early stages of the tour’s live visuals. Robinson gave some context behind the line in a press release.
“I wanted to do something commemorating the show visuals, so I dug into our archives and found a lot of the sketches from the very early development of the worlds live visuals (as well as concepts for music videos of songs played in Worlds live). So in honor of the 4th anniversary of the first worlds live show (which is today), here’s our line of worlds live sketches merch! (also, the kaomoji was drawn by me, which is why it looks so weird).”
He concluded the message with: “Talk to you soon – Porter.”
Worlds was a fan-favorite album that produced iconic hits such as “Sad Machine,” “Flicker,” and “Divinity,” that were accompanied by revolutionary visuals. Check out the collection here, which includes unique graphic tees that’ll bring on the nostalgia.