Weekly sketch #17. Screensnaps from the tele and my laptop, and recycled vectors. Nothing at all Costa Rica about it.
An empty lot for sketch número 12.
Weekly sketch number 7. Half-built halfpipe in Costa Rica gets a boost towards (digital) completion. Still a ways to go though.
Quick weekly sketch, a bit behind schedule, after a day trip out to Playa Blanca on the West coast of Costa Rica. Most of these sketches consist of nothing more than an iPhone snap, some color additions, and some vector overlays. Photo, color, vectors – my basic bag of tricks for digital side project playtime. Happy Monday.
Had to put this visual down after a few weeks of massive monsoons in Costa Rica.
A set of iPhone snaps of my Photoshop work, zoomed way in to the pixel level, run through Instragram, and posted for you here. I’m thinking I’ll be doing some more of these.
Rad visuals, a rich color palette, cool and intuitive touch-screen interactions, and an all around smart evolution for the world of turntables. An application as an instrument, in a way. Check out the demo video on Vimeo, and see the process overview here.
This is an MFA thesis project – amazing. More work from GERGWERK, otherwise known as Gregory Kaufman is at gergwerk.com.
A couple of images from the Skizzomat Illustration Diary, a creative outlet for Marie Luise Emmerman out of Germany. This stuff is rad, but check the figurative collage work in there as well. Really nice, slightly bizarre, sensual and fleshy. Lots more to see at:
So after months of occasionally digging around for this imagery on Google, I finally captured my own snapshots (iPhone). These are the amazing and elaborate visual effects that come through on a corrupted digital cable signal. This stuff fascinates me—the TV ‘fuzz’ of the new millennium. If only I knew what to do with it now that I have it. Have some thoughts? Some collaborative inklings? Let me know here @GabeRuane.