I haven’t been able to get to the studio for the past two weeks. I’ve been using my old Nikon with b&w film to fill in the gaps. This is what I’ve been looking at lately, pothole/wall fills and attempts at covering up graffiti. (use j/k navigate through the images)
Kept thinking about this scribble over the weekend so I though I’d record it here.
Asphalt stains in the parking lot, on the way to my truck, after a looong day. The guy who saw me shooting these gave me a pretty wide berth on the way to his car. I guess someone photographing stains on the ground looks kinda weird. Especially at night and in a big empty parking […]
Looking at the Back’s of Trucks
Driving on the Hollywood freeway The more of these I see the more ideas I get.
Parking Garage Painting and Other Thoughts
Grabbed this while in the parking garage for the art store. Just going to the art store is the most arty thing I’ve done lately. Sadly, no big bodies of work to speak of yet. I’ve been spending all my time working at the day job (no choice on that one and I like the […]
A Clear Inspiration
It looks like candy, the human brain, a weird defect on someone with orange skin. The main form is embedded into the surrounding area, producing a slight bulge. The colors are electric and vibrate next to each other. It has both soft and hard qualities. The mottled texture mimics skin to some extend. The inside form feels snug and protected. It’s comforting and exciting at the same time.
Beautiful forms on colored backgrounds, lit from above to create a gradation similar to water. It was inspiring to see and it definitely has a relationship to my work.
My cats spilled a huge bucket of clay-filled water on my studio table a while ago and it created this great composition. What I like about it is that it looks more like an object than a flat shape. Reminds me of the ceramic shell gating used in casting.
Street Tar Contours
This idea has been in my mind for a while now. Not sure how to execute it so I thought I would do a digital sketch to keep it fresh. The tar used to seal up cracks create such beautiful forms.