Friday, February 12, 2010

Gap by J.T. Steiny

Arrived home to J.T. Steiny's (of Dog a Day) latest corrugated masterpiece. Not the first time we've unconsciously synchronized themes..

8 comments:

femminismo said...

Unconscious themes. It's great. I loved my visit to Dog A Day. Great watercolors. Your art, my dear, is always very, very interesting. Hope you are having a wonderful evening. Can't wait to read your article on the steampunk "organic" energy folks. The pics looked so interesting, but I was at work and couldn't/shouldn't have been reading in detail, so had to cut that visit short. Will check back to find out more. Now it's time for tea!

Mariana Soffer said...

Really beautifull artwork, thanks for sharing, I love the material used there, transformated or treated paper (I do not know how you say it in english) I also feel a kind of void I think the image transmits to me.

Celeste Bergin said...

so this was another version of the year off school illustration? very effective!

Chris David Richards said...

Is he falling, jumping, or floating? Hmmm.

And those dogs are wonderful.

ArtSparker said...

Celeste - No, it wasn't another version, it was something unrelated that J.T. sent me, that is why the similarity between his work and mine is so striking.

Totalfeckineejit said...

Flyin high in the friendly sky!

Eva said...

So amazing what this packing material can look like. I believed in rocks at first sight.

ArtSparker said...

Yes, he cleverly duplicated geological strata by cutting away. Of course, these layers add to the strength of the structure, just as they do in the earth.