Wednesday, March 11, 2009

seeing color as shape

i really like the way these fences kinda resemble rib cages holding back the massive shapes created by these beach trees 
The black is so saturated, that it starts to look like one shape
shapes everywhere!

Monday, March 9, 2009

forms of black

loving the collaborative film by Gareth Pugh and Ruth Hogben

also, the way that fine artist, Jonathan Meese uses color as shape, is totally motivating and inspiring 

mustard covers

i had played around with some fabrics and torn paper on the cover also, but i felt there were too many elements going on.  they particularly took away from the title, "mustard," so i worked around a simpler design.  
the bunny was on the same page of my sketchbook so i fooled around with that, but i think it might make the cover too geared towards one "look," (for lack of a better word), and i feel we are more than just one "look."  
so yellow/creme/white/black, "mustard" on the side/top/bottom, anything you guys would like to see less of/more of, etc ! : )

the images get cut off, so you can click to see the rest:

katrina k.

milton avery


Paul Poiret

Colors and Cat Clothes

Blending In

How I See

I'm not sure why this is has a blue overlay, but I couldn't get rid of it.

beds, lines

clumsy bird

eveline tarunadjaja

the selby