Pocket-sized art with more uses than you can wave a Bic at. Birthdays, thanks yous, Valentines or even Wednesdays, there’s always an occasion for a stunning card. From promotional weapon to distant friend-contactor, our cards are more versatile than Optimus Prime.
Cards are designed to suit the most common image ratio of 3:2, but any image size can be printed—we just leave a white border.
A rework of my In Praise of Shadows non-entry.
abstract, bird, black, evolution, flying, graphic, industries, lucan, plane, roots, static, stencil, unlimited, white
Very effectiveQuite beautiful reallyWho knows maybe when you sell as much Wall Art as Tee Shirts they may take you seriously.
um, when you gunna show that one of that really good t design…that one with da skeleton and missiles and paris and da stuff…
this is print country friend..expect to make a pittance unless you what are doing what u know him and her are doing…well theres a heap of them..or some..artistic nude images…sex art..its not porn its sexy art…
anyhoo..your first effort was boring…something like alpha60 would do but he would do it better and make it interesting.
this is better but what is that? a stick? is it supposed to represent a map background or just a stick??
what you put in is what you get out, look out wot it gunna be about……………later
lucan prints may be a winner…
Ah, Lostboy, your honesty and erratic ramblings always serve to cheer me up. Firstly my original effort that you found to a be a lower class Alpha60, actually meant something serious, whereas this has less meaning, although I never place anything anywhere without reason. So the more subtle the less you appear to like it, secondly, it represents whatever you want it to represent. I’ve chosen not to explain the ideas behind my prints, I’ll let the viewer take what they want, these things won’t sell anyway, so what does it matter. I create these for myself.
I think this is very creative and beautiful. Looks like birds turning into manta rays or vice versa to me. Hope you keep creating prints.
They are actually Vulcan Bombers, you can see why here
Hi Lucan, sorry! they are both magestic though aren’t they?I have just had a look at the link and wanted to let you know that I was actually hanging around near east germany in the 60’s. I was born in Czechoslovakia and my parents fled the country in 1969 and we came to Australia as refugees in 1970! I know you don’t like reading corny comments, but I love your work (and your words!)
the sky looks like it falling in.
genius work! love it! :)
Gr8 work on shadows & colors.