More from the foggy day last month — and, ever so slightly a nod to my nephew Edward and his love of Mecha.
Frankly, I just don’t think you can get much more awesome than “Chinese wiseman holding a sword and riding on the back of a tiger.” That’s the title of the original photograph from the Library of Congress.
Created this one for my presentation at Pecha Kucha Vol. 9 earlier this month.
12.5×17 print on 13×19 Hannemuhle Photo Rag for $40.
12.5×17 print on 13×19 Hannemuhle Photo Rag Pearl for $50.
Other sizes on request — can be printed up to 46×34.
This fine art print is 26×36 — Modified Switching Yard. Hardly recognizable from the original, which shows the Chicago & Northwestern Proviso Yard in Chicago from the Library of congress). There’s a lot going on here!
Oooo — so very happy with this. This fine art print is based on a photo from the Carol M. Highsmith collection at the Library of Congress. Stretched, sliced, diced, spindled and otherwise warped into something very different from the source.
Hmmm — it’s late Saturday afternoon and I’ve come up with a plaid city. Yet I can’t bring myself to call this “Plaid City,” and I’m not sure why. Several major skylines overlaid with one another — then blended and stretched and all that other stuff I do to them.
Help — the artist has gone mad! He’s run amok on the computer!
This started with one of my Instagram pictures of some glasses at my favorite local Italian food joint. Beaten, abused, folded, stretch and spindled far beyond recognition.
Very little form, almost no structure… yet there is definitely something there. In there – there, there, there.
Can be printed at just about any size – so we’ll say that size and price are TBD.
Based on a photo from my Instagram feed. Which I don’t seem to be able to link directly to. But, hey – it’s there: http://instagram.com/p/i9Jau/
18 rows down, 4 over. Which would have been a decent name for it.