I have been working with computers for my industrial and graphic design work since I bought my first Apple Macintosh in 1986, but it wasn’t until my stint as a teacher at the Prahran campus of Swinburne University of Technology in the mid to late 1990s that I started looking at the computer as an artistic tool.

The advent of small and relatively inexpensive inkjet printers in the Art and Design School at Swinburne started my experimentation with computer generated images, first in purely computer graphic and 3D forms but later I developed a style that was a mixture of textural photomontage and the development of ideas and works that explored the illusion of depth and space.

I’ve also used the computer to create large format vector-baseds Op Art-like images and melded both vector and bitmapped sources to explore the medium.

  • Joined: September 2010

Journal

Calendar of photomontage

My calendar of photomontage is now ready and I’m getting a Red Bubble print of it soon to check the look. / Stay tuned
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The story so far...

All of the stuff you see in my gallery so far is a kind of retrospective of the work I’ve shown at various galleries in Victoria. / I’ve added this work as a way of getting it out there and trying to find people that work in similar ways. If you see anyone that is working in a similar way, I’d appreciate a note or link so that I can start or find a group that makes sense to my a…
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Getting this all going

Hi all, just doing a little re-arranging and tweaking to the calendar – more images to come and not 100% happy with the sequence yet. Stay tuned. / If you want a calendar or any other image from my web site at stephenwho.com then drop me a note of the one you like and I’ll add it to Red Bubble for you! / thanks / Stephen
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