Rhetorically I ask, “Who doesn’t love a tongue-wagging, bandana-wearing, tube crawling circus seal flanked by fishes?” Now circus clowns on the other hand...« buy a print
If a panda and a Dayton Wire Wheel were combined, I think the result would look something like this...which begs the question, why would you do that?« buy a print
This vector illustration is inspired by a 1960s wooden tabletop game board. The board has really nice radial symmetry consisting of a large central circle and four round netted pockets in each of the four corners. I thought this was an interesting configuration with similarities to a highly stylized dome interior. My intent was to have the completed work feel as if you were standing directly beneath an architectural structure with depth — while working entirely with flat geometric shapes.« buy a signed print
I'm not much of a poker player, but I can certainly appreciate the skill and experience needed to excel at the game. So to all the players, I salute you.
Originally published in the Copenhagen-based art + design magazine Wonderland. This
work was inspired by an e-mail crippling spam blast that flooded my in-box with informative literature dedicated to horny young girls, erect penises and discount Viagra.
This print utilizes the same grid structure as the grid-based posters, but incorporates line drawings and color blends.