Bush’s Bitch stands up to be heard
|| 4/29/2005 || 10:15 am || Comments Off on Bush’s Bitch stands up to be heard || ||
I really don’t like vulgarity of the initial name I’ve given to this rendering, but I think its fitting. The contemplative nude female is textured with an aerial photograph of downtown Washington, DC (including the White House) over her body to give her location, and a name, “Bush’s Bitch.” Her folded arms and her stance produces an evocative signal that she is waiting for others to snap out of the mold and begin to take on the lemmings. It’s like she silently screaming, “Let me vote! I want representation like every other American.”
To make this rendering, I used the same template I used for my Valentines Day present to GWB. I have another version of this graphic that says “Don’t be a Lemming. Vote Green,” but I haven’t put it on my website, instead I uploaded it to DC Indymedia. I am brainstorming ways I can make another version of this rendering with more of a super-human touch.
Baltimore World Trade Center…
|| 3/13/2005 || 5:56 pm || Comments Off on Baltimore World Trade Center… || ||
I downloaded an aerial photograph of the entire downtown Baltimore area. I noticed that the Baltimore World Trade Center showed up perfectly geographically aligned in the orthorectified image (as in I didn’t rotate it). I cut out the building, reflected it:
I ended up making my first piece of Geospatial Art using only photoshop. I signed this one “created” rather than “rendered” to lexically differenciate the two methods of synthesizing the imagery. I think I might end up using the image below as a background for the next Baltimore rendering. I thinking of going “Abstract“.
More Bush than you ever want to see…
|| 2/13/2005 || 8:00 pm || Comments Off on More Bush than you ever want to see… || ||
Interactive Quicktime Virtual Reality Animation
Happy Valentines Day Mr. President
Mississippi Delta Reflection Balls
|| 11/8/2004 || 10:05 am || Comments Off on Mississippi Delta Reflection Balls || ||
|| 1/14/2004 || 11:30 pm || Comments Off on Spherish || ||
A very simple Bryce rendering indeed. I the use of the sphere and torus would later become the basis of my Lenz Project.