Archive for July, 2008

Connection Unlimited Geometric Art in detail

Sunday, July 27th, 2008

In an earlier post I alluded to the fact that source material with the highest connectivity tends to have a limited range of color. Here’s an excellent example. I took this picture of a pile of brush when we were camping in Maine. Neutral colors but lots of geometric possibilities provided by [...]

Geometric Design Products

Thursday, July 24th, 2008

In response to . . . well, because I wanted to, I’ve created some designs specifically for printing on clothing and other articles.  The first are black and white T-shirt designs, because, as my daughter Karin points out, Black is Cooler.  Which, once I get into the product mindset, strikes me as a pretty good [...]

Inlaid Pattern in Eights

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008

I keep discovering byproducts of my tools that allow new geometric effects.  For this design I started with a black and white checkered design and transformed it into a pattern of eights in black and white.  Then I went back and colored the checkered design, using dark colors for the black panels and lighter ones [...]

“And the Stalks Look Back” in detail

Thursday, July 3rd, 2008

I’m very excited about this pattern. It comes from a photo of frosty cornstalks lying in a muddy field near Cooperstown, NY, early in the morning.

The details are stunning and I think they come together in an harmonious whole. I love the way you can keep taking different paths through the work and [...]