Avoision.com featured my work!
My wonderfully talented friend has written a blog entry about my recent illustrations. You can read a bit about my process for those, but really, do explore his inspiring work instead. It’s not just art work, it’s a way of being and thinking about how you’re connecting with the world.
He also looks better with long hair than I do, but he started before me, so it’s a goal.
Also, another friend from Quebec has kindly scanned in tons of antique illustrations for me and sent me a huge gigabytes worth library of source material. He has an excellent tumblr and you won’t be disappointed with a follow. You can find his work at greynotgrey.com and it’s truly inspiring. His personal blog there is also a trove of art, thought and awesomeness.
These guys are amazing and have both gone out of their way to help a guy (me) whose social ability tends to require patience and followup. Thanks guys.
I’m still sleeping.
An album cover I designed a bit ago. It was an incredibly positive experience, and a great set of music. The woman in the image, a texture provided by the band, above the field, pops off the page on the printed cd case, giving an almost trompe l’oeil effect. The square landscape is glaze on a tile, which I created and scanned.