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This piece is pretty unique. It has an aggressive feel with a monster-looking figure seemingly attacking a US troop in Iraq. In actuality, I made mirrored photocopies of an Iraqi man with his arms passively raised being interrogated by a US troop. The final image completely turns the original substance of the picture on it's head... For the color, I simply used a green sheet of printer paper...

This piece is pretty unique. It has an aggressive feel with a monster-looking figure seemingly attacking a US troop in Iraq. In actuality, I made mirrored photocopies of an Iraqi man with his arms passively raised being interrogated by a US troop. The final image completely turns the original substance of the picture on it's head... For the color, I simply used a green sheet of printer paper...

I spent a lot of time exploring specific color palettes. Deep blue was always my favorite to work with. The main image here was a color photo of a woman lying on a bed from a fashion ad. I copied it in black and white as a negative and spliced in a few other images to get the feel that I wanted. The color is a small corner from a digital art piece that I found in a magazine...

I spent a lot of time exploring specific color palettes. Deep blue was always my favorite to work with. The main image here was a color photo of a woman lying on a bed from a fashion ad. I copied it in black and white as a negative and spliced in a few other images to get the feel that I wanted. The color is a small corner from a digital art piece that I found in a magazine...

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Here is another historical piece of Malcom X. I always like to assemble seemingly contradictory images or at the very least images who taken on their own merits have a different feel, or different meanings. Malcom X was such an imposing personality, I wanted to assemble his image with something diametrically opposed, a picture of the sky filled to the brim with Monarch butterflies seemed appropriate. I was pretty happy with the final image.

Here is another historical piece of Malcom X. I always like to assemble seemingly contradictory images or at the very least images who taken on their own merits have a different feel, or different meanings. Malcom X was such an imposing personality, I wanted to assemble his image with something diametrically opposed, a picture of the sky filled to the brim with Monarch butterflies seemed appropriate. I was pretty happy with the final image.

This is one of my all-time favorites. The woman was a sliver of a hand-drawn fashion ad that I blew up into the main subject of a new piece. I drew all the lines that crisscross her image, and used a small cutout from another ad to get the blue/green coloration. As far as I'm concerned, it came out perfect, exactly what I was going for...

This is one of my all-time favorites. The woman was a sliver of a hand-drawn fashion ad that I blew up into the main subject of a new piece. I drew all the lines that crisscross her image, and used a small cutout from another ad to get the blue/green coloration. As far as I'm concerned, it came out perfect, exactly what I was going for...

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