No wavering or hesitation on this one — I absolutely love the look and the feel of Moto Kanji #8. Like waves or high steppes with softly undulating hills.
I’m genuinely torn over the scratch in the middle. The designer in me wants to ‘repair’ it, but it was there, and it’s part of what I originally wanted the Moto Kanji series to be. Never you mind that I altered the colors so that it looks nothing like it did in reality.
There’s probably a good discussion to be had there between vérité and (and as Ted Kincaid says) all photography is a lie.
11×17 print on 13×19 Hannemuhle Photo Rag for $40.
So you thought I’d forgotten about all of this, didn’t you? Not a chance Moto Kanji is still going strong…. everything else was just so shiny.
I’m secretly hoping for protesters holding up signs that say “God Hates Fogs.”
The photograph was shot on a very foggy day—I’d call it a happy accident, except I did intentionally point the camera out of my car window and press the button. So, really it was just a good result.
Today’s artwork, named in a moment of either madness or randomness. This has nothing to do with bunnies. I swear it!
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.
In no way implying anything at all about the woman in the original photo who is cleaning the train. It was either that or “Squidgy Choo Choo.” Which, although a great sounding set of words, seemed like it was too obvious.
More soft, undulating lines and multiple layers of abstraction. Wait! What? What in the heck does that mean?
Ah, I dunno – looks cool, though.