After l’Orient comes l’Occident, the western version in this series. Here I was exploring architectural forms and typically European & North American patterns, intermingled in an abstract urban jumble. Funnily enough I find this design expresses how I felt living in New York, a sort of cultural and visual overload! I think I need to sit on this one for a while to see how it grows on me… Larger view & Flat on my blog.
11 months ago
Thank you @Waseem :)
This is so interesting; to me it looks like textiles, 3D and in layers. The rounded shapes look woven while the "layer" on top looks crisp and pleated like it's clasped in the diamond shape. Beautiful detail in the patterns!
Hypnotizing! Makes me think of a kaleidoscope. What size is it ?
Thanks so much for the feedback @Laurie :) And thank you too @Joachim, this sketchbook is a 6" (15 cm) square.
I could look at this for a couple of hours and still not discover all the details! This is really nice, you really do create "Pixel Glamour"
Wow! Thanks @Oleg :)))
Woag @Melissa Brunet I thought your last piece was awesome, but this one surpasses that, now I can't wait to see you work on another. It's like a vortex that pulls me in! All those variety of lines reminds me of a project we had to do in our first year to make 100 different lines and I thought how on earth do I do this, your patterns are lovely!
Wow, thanks for all the encouragement @Faheema ! This is SO difficult for me. In school, I had such a hard time with anything abstract and never really touched it all through my career. I like pushing myself out of my comfort zone though, and can't wait to see where this goes with better technique :)
@Melissa aw, hope you keep at it :) I think the challenge is a good thing, and when we try it we don't even realise how good we can be at it. I'm much more of an abstract person, for me also typography is a big challenge which makes me want to try it even more.
WOW! Beautiful patterns!
10 months ago
I don't know how I missed this.. but it's stunning. I completely agree with what @Faheema said, it really does pull you in. Crazy amount of detail, I love it.
Vraiment nice ce motif, hyper expressif, avec du volume et en plus, c'est tres perso mais je kiff!
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