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Colorful abstract & improvisational artwork by former starving artist Brian Moss

Art Postcards for Sale

Artist Brian Moss has reproduced nearly 100 of his colorful paintings & pen & ink artworks into beautiful 4" x 6" art postcards for mailing or stationery

Universal

symmetrical mirrored fractal media
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symmetrical mirrored fractal media
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Universal

0.54
  • style# P42
  • 4" x 6" postcard print
  • 50% post-consumer paper
  • thick 14 pt cardstock

 

“The future is already here. It is just unevenly distributed.”

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A contracting (or expanding) universe of equally spaced out spheres decorate this psychedelic computer created canvas, with an incredible amount of lens flares added on top for maximum effect.

This collection of art cards feature a smudge free finish that protects the front of the artwork, and each weighs in at a heavy 5 grams. A thin white border frames the perimeter on the front of the card, giving the full set a unified and cohesive look.

As of 2016 the titles of all works are being removed from the back. This style currently features an older template that will be transitioned with the next reprinting, and at that time the artwork will be updated to reflect that change.


 

ARTIST NOTES

It’s the year 1999. Nobody is partyin’ like it is actually 1999 (those born after 1989 may not get that Prince reference). Most were too concerned about a Y2K bug that never came. A senior in high school, I was more interested in creating photoshop art. I can still remember applying the filters to this particular piece; the water droplets, the lens flares. More water drop, another flare over there.

Nearly all of the stuff I created back then has been lost in the digital ether, not that all of it looked as interesting as this one. All of these years later, my digital fractals have remained mostly consistent: symmetrical on most sides, with a twist. I think this piece stands up to the rest, in terms of intrigue and wonder.