Sunday, December 19, 2004

Twenty Wall Posters (digital art)

Twenty Wall Postersa digital collage (click for larger image)

I made this using Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0, starting with a scan of Jack Ohman's editorial cartoon in today's Sunday Oregonian (Dec 19, 2004), and merging it with a scan of USPS Bucky stamps © 2003.

In other art news: congratulations to FireFox on the media campaign, including the full page ad in the New York Times (Dec 16, 2004). One of my Saturday Academy graduates, alias Ki Master George, has his name in that ad (twice), a cool gift from his dad.

An art and architecture lover's destination: Tacoma, these days, is very 21st century. These recent slides (family in the foreground) remind me of the USPS Bucky stamps: tension bridge, giant dome, an admixture of design and industrial sciences, both vintage and contemporary. The volcano-shaped building contains a glassworks, part of the new Museum of Glass.

Speaking of political cartoons, I have a few primitive offerings, done in the late 1990s: [1][2][3][4]