Wandering across the landscape, I’m pretty much a creative director/lead. I’ve got a professional background in academic print publishing, along with some family background in photography.
Expect random bursts of brilliance coupled with the creative talent to work in acrylics, audio, video, visual art and other fun stuff. In this way, most of my work is performance or narrative based – in order to create a succinct message.
You create a unique work, and someone asserts one to two years after the fact that you’re not allowed to create such an artistic work.. yet.. / “Patterns or photographic images that are printed onto fabrics may be protected by copyright as artistic works (a photograph printed onto a t-shirt, for example):” copyright.org.au / Are people really that petty and vindictive ?
This may sound a bit novel, but I’d like to use Bubble as a way of producing giftware for family and friends. In this way, I guess it’d be similar to the Flickr “private” setting on photos, as there’s stuff that I want to have professionally produced.. but don’t really want to display or sell. / Any ideas on this?
Like a deer / Stuck in those damned headlights / And it’s so unexpected. / Life. / Art. / Whatever.. / You call this romance ? / Show it to me.. / C’mon, I know you want to. / Interesting, isn’t it ? / We hold onto what we know / Till we let go and see it fade away / Only to return / In ever / Eternity
Finally, without much fanfare or hullabaloo, I’m in the t-shirt game.. / Expect some avante guard designs as well as some ’geek’ware. I’ve got about 6 designs to release, not including the colour variations. / Themes include music, creativity, romance and other stuff.