Supercurve

Been ages since I posted. This is “Supercurve,” taken in this morning’s fantastic fog at the Corner of I-30 and Loop 820.

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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.” 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.

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 of Congress. Stretched, sliced, diced, spindled and otherwise warped into something very different from the source.

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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 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.

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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 minutes for my own mental health this weekend and whipped this up from my own personal photos.

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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!

I donated prints of Drinky Winky 1, 2, and 3, and also Moto Kanji #15, 16, and 17. See below:

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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 than some new appellation. And I should probably just make my life easier and broaden the definition.

Actually, by calling it so, I guess I have already broadened the definition.

If you’re curious — which I hope you are — this is k-rail on Loop 820 in Northwest Fort Worth, where a car rubbed against the k-rail. I photographed this one this weekend while the house was pretty quiet, and I thought I could get out and get weird without causing too much stress.

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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 real world. We’re I using brush marks to make tire tracks, I’d have infinite control over how and where the brush strokes appear.
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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 for the Bull-Doggers.

12.5×17 print on 13×19 Hannemuhle Photo Rag

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