Best Laid Plans-17 Circle the Wagons
Best Laid Plans-17 Circle the Wagons can be printed up to 54×46, 108×92 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!
Moto Kanji #14
Moto Kanji #14 is definitely a departure from the original intent, but it’s based on the same idea, so I’ll file under Moto Kanji, rather
Moto Kanji #13
Ah, back to the heart of Moto Kanji — tire tracks as brush strokes. It’s been amazing discovering how the idea plays out in the
Squidgy Cowboy Bill
An unchosen illustration for a client, this is a squidgy version of an image from the Library of Congress. Based on part of the poster
Moto Kanji #12
Not at all what was expecting from Moto Kanji, but we can file this one under happy accidents. This was photographed somewhere in Northwest Fort
A series of photos taken by Fort Worth photographer Aaron Dougherty, edited together into a panorama by me. Part of a series I’ve been working
Moto Kanji #11
I have wrestled quite a bit over this fine art print — yesterday I released a very bright version of this with heavily saturated colors.
Moto Kanji #10
I have wrestled quite a bit over this fine art print — I’ve tried a lot of color combinations and levels of saturation, and I
Modified Glasses 1
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
Modified Friendship #7
This fine art print is based on a NASA photo of John Glenn climbing into the Friendship 7 on his way to to becoming the
Moto Kanji #9
I keep coming back to this fine art print — as always, I know what I see, and I think I know what you’ll see.
Moto Kanji #8
No wavering or hesitation on this one — I absolutely love the look and the feel of Moto Kanji #8. Like waves or high steppes
Moto Kanji #7
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
Moto Kanji #6
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
A Foggy Day #3
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
Squidgy Dusk Bunny
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
Modified Traffic 1.4
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
Squidgy Bomb Bay
Based on a photo from the Library of Congress. This morning’s art is Squidgy Bomb Bay.
Squidgy Casey Jones
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
More soft, undulating lines and multiple layers of abstraction. Wait! What? What in the heck does that mean? Ah, I dunno – looks cool, though.