Posts Tagged scorpion
I love to experiment with patterns and if you know me at all then you know how much I like pixelated icons and forms. I’ve been doing a lot of repeat patterns lately and here’s a sampling of the new ideas. The top row: Right, expansion of an arabian pattern. Top Middle, I call this one bodies. Top Left, This one is inspired by Donkey Kong Jr. The second row: Bottom Right, this one is a hexagonal repeat that I call enemies. Bottom Middle, Fire Flower repeat, inspired by Mario Bros. Bottom Right, spinning scorpions in two color ways.
A short while ago I started doing these new drawings. They use a series of custom printed patterns that I created, and then I draw in the dots by hand. It’s labor intensive and can kind of tweak your vision, but I’m really liking how they are turing out. Below are some pics of the first three, there are more in the works already, but you can get these on my etsy store right now.
I do not know how this happened. Worse than that, it took me almost a week to get this post up. Way back in September of 2008 Big Kids/Little Kids opened in Houston, Texas at Domy Books. That opening was the kick off for the above limited edition version of my book, with my own artwork adorning the hand screen printed dust jacket. Of course I never posted about it, or even put it on my online store for sale. My bad. These things are all now corrected. Let’s move forward. Buy the John Freeborn limited edition version of Big Kids/Little Kids here.
I love the internet. Nothing like uploading a few files and getting laser cut plastic in the mail – this internet thing might just stick. I used ponoko.com, it’s a really great tool and super easy to use. Look for some of this in the near future on my etsy store, or in my online store.
I just sold this piece at Jonathan LeVine Gallery, in the Jordin Isip/Rodger Stevens curated Panorama 3 show. The show has popped around the web and seems to be drawing positive attention. –> via Jaxtapos, Photos from Camille Rose Garcia & Panorama 3 opening –> via the Art Collector blog, Jonathan LeVine’s Season Opener –> via SPD, Panorama 3 Project