Layered xerox copies of photographs. Taken of Lisa’s hand and Yonko’s truck.
Out back at metro and abide from my room. I love halftone. So much.
From my old house. I actually still like the way hanging art with butterfly clips looks. Some of it is my work. There is a portrait of me by my friend Josh from when he was in college. Also a bunch of great thrift store finds. Somethings I’ve kept and others I miss.
Having a dental problem. New work coming soon.
So glad I went back to these. They needed some fun tuning. I took a ton of these the night I made them. Possibly hundreds. They’re not all winners. Some are quite stricking.
Im cat sitting for a friend the next couple of days. Won’t be working on anything new. I’ve got some more pieces like this to post.
Have to keep the content going. Haha. Hope you like it. It is years old work that I’m revisiting.
More Kate Moss light pad photos.
More of these halftone experiments. These are of Kate Moss. I just love her. So beautiful. Again these are made from photos I took of xeroxes layered on a light pad.
I took these photos with my digital Nikon. I took old Xerox’s of photos I had taken in the past and layered them on a light pad. I messed with the levels in photoshop. Cropped where needed. Otherwise the layering was analog. Analog. Digital. Analog. Digital. Love mixing both.
Messing around in photoshop with some old images I didn’t know what to do with. Halftone is one of my favorite effects on anything. It always adds a roughness and edge to an image. These would be great album covers. That’s always a goal of my mind in some ways. I would love to do design an album cover.
I like how there is just enough in some of the shapes to ignite your imagination.
A couple more in the series. Love this matte black paint I’m using. You can barely see the brush strokes. It’s awesome.
9 down. 11 to go. I’m falling in love with these. So simple. I’m
A couple more for this experiment. These are all hand paninted xerox transfers on Bristol board. The black paint is super matte and dark. You can barely see brush strokes. It’s awesome.
Trying out some new styles. Minimalism has always interested me but I never thought I could be that artist.
I was printing some work out for other projects and my printer started running out of ink. I love the way they turned out. Glitchy. Sometimes mistakes are just what you need.
I really like this one. It was the odd one out. One random print I had. I’ve been doing a lot of my work in triptychs for awhile. Every now and then I have an extra. I typically never show them for some reason. I thought this one should be shown.
More and more to the series of experiments.