4/10/10

OPEN SPACE FANTASY

I've been working lately on an art series aimed at naive and symbolic graphics. I've decided to use the less glamorous geometric shapes streamlined through professional engineering tools to render imaginative, pure fantasy scenes and characters. It's like playing with office boards, pens and papers and shaping them into whatever dream takes you away from your open space desk: a nod and a tip to this sort of musing trance that takes us amidst busy days and generates the most stupendous ideas from a rubber and a ruler. It's definitely pop art, but pop art devised about the Old School fantasy values and the escaping fact.

Please tell me what you think about it, whether you like it or not.

2 comments:

  1. There you go : http://openfantasy.blogspot.com/

    Enjoy!

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