Friday, February 15, 2008

Revolution VII


ingredients: altered paper, altered photograph, acrylic paint, transparency, dry transfer, pigment inks, staples. click images to enlarge.

10 comments:

LostLuggage said...

Love the graffiti feel!

azirca said...

what fabulous layers of texture!

Teresa said...

Love it! It's so gritty!

Kathy McCreedy said...

Hey Seth... very cool... love the image and the sentiment you chose to put with it! I'm curious, what size is the piece, approximately? And what's your favorite method for dry transfer? Teach me, teach me! Hope you are doing well...
K.

notmassproduced said...

Just calling in to say hello and wow how busy you have been. I'm loving your work. Thanks so much for including me in the Pulse and I am still having great fun following up all the amazing links you provide. Thank you. xx

Maralena (AKA: mcdc3s) said...

STAPLES!
Sooo cool.

rivergardenstudio said...

Seth, I tried to leave a comment but it must have gotten lost, I love this piece of art! The innocence of the boy and the dramatic contrasts! Roxanne

tina's space said...

I am trying to work out how you got this texture; it is fascinating. Everything just gels so well together. AMAZING.

tina's space said...

seth, what size are these pieces? are they in a book?? I see that strange binding like staples on the edge. can you direct me to revolution 1 to see what revolution is all about?? i am just so curious. i just read kathy's comment!! see i am not the only one who is curious. LOL

Maralena (AKA: mcdc3s) said...

You guys have all been TAGGED. That’s what you get for being so great! know I was only suppose to pick 7 but I picked 8. For more information – go to my blog:
http://mcdc3s.blogspot.com/2008/02/ive-been-tagged.html
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