Tag Archives: layering

Modus Vivendi_Sonitus

Image

Image

Modus Vivendi is derived from Latin for the way of living and Sonitus means sound. With the three words together, my translation goes, “The way of living through sound.” I recently displayed my work for a show called Constellation which was put on by some great friends of mine, Jim Sheppard and Liz Simpson. For this show, I decided to showcase my live band photography for the first time. I carefully selected the works that had an overarching mood and similar elements which created complimenting compositions for me to work with. Each selected work was crafted and finalized in post-production using image layering and element elimination in order to create meloncholic-minimalist pieces. One of my main goals for this project was to capture the essence of each artist in the most endearing and obscure way.

View the rest of the series here.

2 Comments

Filed under art, creative, Minimalist, photography, print

TYCHO ➡ Nocturne Poster

ISO50-Nocturne-studio-full

iso50-nocturne_studio_INV_full

Here is Scott Hansen’s (ISO50) latest work for his upcoming Tycho show in Toronto. I was stunned when I initially saw these because they look different than most of the work that he has done in the past while still portraying his signature style. In his recent work he has really utilizes the use of silhouettes as a central focal point for his designs. Scott has really become a master of layering using here about 20 image layers overlayed with various blending modes masking them with the woman’s silhouette. His excellent choice of color only enhances the composition in both posters.

To read more about his poster and upcoming show go to the ISO50 blog.

Leave a comment

Filed under Design, print, Shows

Two Twelve ➡ Love

Vodpod videos no longer available.

Here is a nice display of a painting process by artist Two Twelve. Very OBEY of her especially with the way she uses stencils and layering.

more about “Two Twelve ➡ Love“, posted with vodpod

Leave a comment

Filed under art, creative, creative process