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black, buttons, creepy, dark, distorted, gothic, manipulation, numbers, phone, sepia, strange, surreal, vintage, weird, white
great colours. nice work Clint
I love this!
great montage; nice integration of textures
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You have a style which is often done and placed into the creation numerous pieces which all blend together in mediocrity. The “style group” of this picture is exhausted and, though often morbidly beautiful, unimpressive. You manage to change this, if only for your moments in the spotlight. This is new-gothic industrialism (an unofficial term I have used once or twice), and it may very well be my favorite style by far.
You superbly mix the theme of communication, metaphorical progress (the touch-dial, rotary, the hidden phone hand-set, and not sure but either way a shadowed walkie-talky, telegram-type, or morris code transceiver-like device), with rust, decay, and digression (the browns and greens of old crime footage, Carnival-esque… it takes me back to early-late nineties PC games such as Ripper and The Black Dahlia… don’t worry, no one else has heard of them either). Not to mention the communication devices overall in such a lonely color scheme.
You do very impressive work… I’ll be looking through more of it!
Wow thanks Gordon, I really appreciate the way you described my work, and liked your term of new gothic-industrialism. Im glad you also got the Carnivale feel from it as well as that was what I sometimes go for in my work, I have alsways been a big fan of greens and browns as you can tell, maybe more often greens.
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