I am fractalizing dozens of my colorful abstract paintings & photographs because they look so friggen badass. I am licensing them all under a non-commercial creative commons license. This means you or anyone can freely download them and remix them or create something fresh for non-commercial use only (contact me for commercial requests).
I will be post new images each Fri. at www.fractafriday.com. A few of these designs below will be available as postcards in January-ish 2014 when I launch my new shop (!)
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Below is an ongoing series where I am exploring the relationship between color & movement by marrying traditional photography techniques with modern LED lightning and effects. 32+ images.
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Below are select abstract paintings from age 17 through present, listed in non-chronological order.
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These are some mixed media abstract paintings from my new series, “Spun Out”, made using my prototype spin-art machine.
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Pairing my love of live music & painting, I started my Live Concert Series in June 2012. These were all done freehand with traditional mediums (acrylics, pen+ink, spraypaint) with no digital manipulation.
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All of these were directly inspired by, and created while listening to tracks off the quirky 1999 Beck album ‘Midnite Vultures’. One of my all time faves. These are all in the correct track order.
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This is a handful of drawings & sketches from my teens & early twenties that I saved or had the forethought to take a picture of. I probably have more that I haven’t seen in 15 years hiding somewhere. Assorted mediums: pen&ink, colored pencil, marker, pencil, watercolor.
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I am uploading doodles from my early teens so that young artists may not be discouraged by their current skill level.
View more “Colored Doodles & Line Art” »