Daniel Montero Galan, El Plunicero
It. Is. Too. Hot.
Another pattern I made. This time I started out with a hand drawn tile that I scanned and then worked on digitally in Illustrator and Photoshop. I couldn’t pick the background color I liked the most, and because I could and it was easy, I ended up with three different options. Personally, I’m leaning towards the black. What do you think?
Click ‘em to view ‘em nice and big! It’s worth it!
I hate it when you look at a word so long it becomes foreign to you.
Grizzly Bear Two Weeks
Meret Oppenheim (Swiss, 1913-1985), In a octopus’ garden, 1971. Pastel, coloured pencils, graphite and collage on paper mounted on cardboard, 56 x 56 cm.
I hate working digitally because it makes it all too easy for me to spiral into the land of too many choices.
Working late at night is my favorite thing.