Best Laid Plans—35 Urban Hell
Urban Hell can be printed up to 59×41, or up to 118×82 on fabric. The Best Laid Plans show opens November 13 at Studio Cufflink, and runs through January 13th! Come out and see just how more much more detail you can see at full size!
Squidgy Rust Plate
Not even sure where the photo of the rust plate came from… what can you do?
Made from the pixels of, I think, a photo of a bazaar, and pushed and poked and twisted into something not unlike a dimensional collapse
Squidgy Patchwork Sunset
Ugh — I’m so behind with updating. This one is based on a photo taken near my house while sitting at a traffic light. If
From my sudden burst of activity last week (or was it the week before?). Debbie thinks it looks sideways, but I kind of like it
Squidgy Cotton Gin
A burst of activity last night — and so this morning we have Squidgy Cotton Gin, soon to be followed by Squidgy Cotton Gin II.
Mech Tower Attack
More from the foggy day last month — and, ever so slightly a nod to my nephew Edward and his love of Mecha.
For Morris Louis
I’m not gonna say what this is, but it was a happy accident, and I absolutely love it. And in naming it so, I fully
More powerline craziness. Like the siege of London was perpetrated by powerlines, and not airplanes.
Sounds like I’m pulling names out of a hat, right? Yet another heavily modified photo from the foggy day photoshoot.
truth be told, I have a file on my computer where I keep a list of cool names, typos and phrases that I like. And
A terrible case of indecision today, trying to pick which new work to post. Must be the lovely weather.
interchange number 1
Still not sure about the name, but it’ll do for now. Same corner of 820 West and I-30 in Fort Worth, different angle. And, obviously
Lining up for the Apocalypse
No better title comes to mind, but I’m open for recommendations. Thought I was going to be photographing something else, but I turned around and
Been ages since I posted. This is “Supercurve,” taken in this morning’s fantastic fog at the Corner of I-30 and Loop 820.
Modified Wiseman Holding a Sword on a Tiger
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.”
Modified Switching Yard
This fine art print is 26×36 — Modified Switching Yard. Hardly recognizable from the original, which shows the Chicago & Northwestern Proviso Yard in Chicago
Modified Chinatown Crosshatch
Oooo — so very happy with this. This fine art print is based on a photo from the Carol M. Highsmith collection at the Library
Modified Mega Skyline
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
squidgy five o’clock somewhere
Yes, I have been absent from the site for a while. Work and that darned day job get in the way, sometime. Took a few
Support Hip Pocket Theater!
I’ve donated two sets of fine art prints to the Hip Pocket Theater Silent Auction. I hope you can come out tonight and support them!