I got to create an experimental calendar piece (and other odd things) for a group art show. More information than you ever wanted to know about the process/materials/ideas on my blog: http://kellianderson.com/blog/2012/12/branding-future-prediction/
12 months ago
This is pretty awesome! Couldn't find a full view of it anywhere? I really dig it, I bet it'd look awesome with some proper lighting too.
@Xi Lin Heh. Yeah- it is lit from behind a hard to photograph glowing object! I made a video showing the whole thing, maybe that is the best way to see it :) https://vimeo.com/55757728
Haha yeah, I meant like just a nice wide still shot. The full view from the video was from the side top down, couldn't fully appreciate it.
Anyways, great job! I love finely crafted art. If I was in NYC, I'd totally check it out in person.
LOVE this. Great work :)
i would need larger push pins for this calendar
@Xi Lin From across the room, it looks like a normal calendar, kind of ho-hum. Those shots were too boring :)
Wow seriously? This is so impressive!! Keep crushin' it like this ;-)
This is awesome! Beautiful work. :)
Jeepers! This is amazing! So glad I clicked through to the blog post, so many fun-to-discover details and unconventional inks used on the whole project!!
11 months ago
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