This artwork is called “Cow Skull with Roses.” A dark and moody cow skull with layers of gorgeous roses floating behind it. This bohemian digital art print will bring out the cowboy or cowgirl in you. You can buy it here.
Please note: This is a digital file for sale. No actual print will be delivered. It is a downloadable file for you to print however you like. This high resolution artwork can be printed as large as 18 by 24 inches. By purchasing the digital file, you can have many different options for printing. Costco does very affordable large scale printing. iPrintfromhome is another option if you would like a giclee print to frame, or stretched on a canvas. You could also use it with Vistaprint to make note cards. It can be used as many times as you like.
I’ve really been getting into combining flower images with glitch filters. They seem to go hand in hand – something about the organic nature of the flower, fed into the hyper techno random filters of the Decim8 app – I always end up with something interesting. Read more
Glitch Art Aesthetic
Glitch art is characterized by images that have been spliced, offset, de-interlaced, xeroxed, pixelated, or any number of filtered effects that makes the image look, for lack of a better word, glitched.
What is Glitch Art?
Glitch art is a continuous transaction between human and machine. You give the machine an image. It gives you back an altered image. You push, it pulls, you give, it takes. It’s an ongoing negotiation. The machine gives back infinite altered versions of that image. The beauty is in the curation of these iterations. The machine can glitch infinitely. It is up to the artist to choose the one that is compelling. Read more
This is some vector practice, inspired by the Bauhaus artist, Anni Albers. A long time ago I took this course called “Drawing from the Masters.” It involved visiting area museums and attempting to copy paintings, and sketch statues. It was very useful, and I thought about bringing that approach into the present by taking this wonderfully simple bauhaus style doodle and converting it to vectors. As usually, wrestling with those bezier curves is always harder than it looks.