Camzilla Reads a Book
Camzilla Reads a Book

This was the "end"point for a college tennis volley just before I cut it down to fit into the notebook. I admit, I almost broke the rules and kept this because I liked it so much.  But!  The process is king!  So it got cut further down for the better good of the overall piece.

 

I think, too, I have inadvertently stumbled into a series as I love everything about this collage.  Black and white components make it feel so real that it lends a strong surreal quality I appreciate.

 

Now just to find more cameras.

 

Sources:
National Geographic

I Imagine Death Presents like a Day at the Beach
I Imagine Death Presents like a Day at the Beach

The title comes from Mary Roach.  In full, it reads:

"I don't fear death so much as I fear its prologues: loneliness, decrepitude, pain, debilitation, depression, senility. After a few years of those, I imagine death presents like a holiday at the beach."

 

Along with general positivity, I have been thinking about mortality more than is healthy.  So maybe let's just get all of it out of my system like I did with Trump last year?  You should see my test art journal...

 

Also, what do you think of the little signature stamp?  it's called a chop and I had one made into a rubber stamp to use on the actual paper art.  This was applied in post.

Source:
Bird & Bloom magazine
100 Years of National Geographic
What's Out There?

Imagine there were 46 people and some horses and some bread I guess
Imagine there were 46 people and some horses and some bread I guess

This is what happens when you tell a raccoon to create something abstract.  There were questions about avocado to go with that toast but we both were concerned we couldn't afford a house if she added that to the collage.

 

Sources:

Fortune magazine

National Geographic magazine

Hyvee Seasons

We asked you to stop nicely
We asked you to stop nicely

My friends are saying I have a nautical theme going.  It is really that I've been going through a book on whales and taking pieces fo other stuff.  This base image was a casualty of another project but I didn 't want to waste it.

 

Also, whales are delicious.

 

Sources:

National Geographic magazine

Whale Nation

Time magazine

Fortune magazine

 

Camzilla Reads a Book
I Imagine Death Presents like a Day at the Beach
Imagine there were 46 people and some horses and some bread I guess
We asked you to stop nicely
Camzilla Reads a Book

This was the "end"point for a college tennis volley just before I cut it down to fit into the notebook. I admit, I almost broke the rules and kept this because I liked it so much.  But!  The process is king!  So it got cut further down for the better good of the overall piece.

 

I think, too, I have inadvertently stumbled into a series as I love everything about this collage.  Black and white components make it feel so real that it lends a strong surreal quality I appreciate.

 

Now just to find more cameras.

 

Sources:
National Geographic

I Imagine Death Presents like a Day at the Beach

The title comes from Mary Roach.  In full, it reads:

"I don't fear death so much as I fear its prologues: loneliness, decrepitude, pain, debilitation, depression, senility. After a few years of those, I imagine death presents like a holiday at the beach."

 

Along with general positivity, I have been thinking about mortality more than is healthy.  So maybe let's just get all of it out of my system like I did with Trump last year?  You should see my test art journal...

 

Also, what do you think of the little signature stamp?  it's called a chop and I had one made into a rubber stamp to use on the actual paper art.  This was applied in post.

Source:
Bird & Bloom magazine
100 Years of National Geographic
What's Out There?

Imagine there were 46 people and some horses and some bread I guess

This is what happens when you tell a raccoon to create something abstract.  There were questions about avocado to go with that toast but we both were concerned we couldn't afford a house if she added that to the collage.

 

Sources:

Fortune magazine

National Geographic magazine

Hyvee Seasons

We asked you to stop nicely

My friends are saying I have a nautical theme going.  It is really that I've been going through a book on whales and taking pieces fo other stuff.  This base image was a casualty of another project but I didn 't want to waste it.

 

Also, whales are delicious.

 

Sources:

National Geographic magazine

Whale Nation

Time magazine

Fortune magazine

 

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