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.
This has been a really fun series to make. I’ll be posting more in the next couple of days. I didn’t really care for these 3 at first. They grew on me. What you can’t really see with these scans is that those grey lines are actually metallic silver.
I was messing around in photoshop the other night fooling with some old Polaroid scans I have.
The series continues
more to the series I’ve been working on
Can’t decide if these are finished. Or if I really like them.
some of the same from the last post except these are from Old Town Mall Baltimore.
I took some Polaroids at this abandoned place in Baltimore last year. The Old Pemco factory. I had some inkjet prints made of them. Never did anything with them until tonight. Collage makes everything better. I used some leftover Xerox’s I had laying around.
Making the most of fucked up expired Polaroid film that was in used camera I bought.
More of the same. But different.
these are some scans of 4x6 prints of photos I took on a urbex trip. I love graffiti. It’s so easy to photograph. I took these on 35mm film and collaged the text I found in magazines on the prints. Playing with text is by far one of my favorite things to do.
I had a lot of fun making these. I had these prints of my friend Shawn I didn’t know what to do with. I recently watched a documentary on Francis Bacon. I love his work. I painted on the photos to try and catch his style. Some are better than others but happy with the results.
Don’t you love when an accident becomes something beautiful. I try mixing chance into everything I work on in some way. I thought my Polaroid camera was out of film and poof... this photo was born.
I Love Anni Albers work. These are collages I made inspired by her. I did a couple of these photo print collages of artists that inspire me. I’ll be posting some more and making more in the future.
These are some collages I made based on the work of Josef Albers. I collaged the colored paper on prints of 35mm film photos I shot a couple of years ago in Ellicott City. A place nicknamed “Creepy Collage”. Still a great place to go take photos. I go at least once every year.
New in the Etsy shop
New in the Etsy shop