Category Archives: illustration
change or transformation
Recently, I was doing a search for “transformation” – one of those words that means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. In my head I was thinking “of course it means change” – and it does, but change of what? A google image search for the term “transformation” yields a […]
the distance of blue
“For many years, I have been moved by the blue at the far edge of what can be seen, that color of horizons, of remote mountain ranges, of anything far away. The color of that distance is the color of an emotion, the color of solitude and of desire, the color of there seen from […]
Reflections on Emergence
I just took down all the “get tickets” links for Emergence on TEDxVictoria.com and changed the language to be past tense. This means we have reached the point in time where we have largely accomplished what we intended to do when we started planning this event. There are so many people to thank for this […]
messing around with some visual ideas.
happy mothers day – composite
Not sure when this photo was taken, but I managed to repair it a bit and make it into this in illustrator by tracing, extracting, separating, colourizing and re-compositing. Dad’s lookin’ serious. I would normally crop out the space above their heads, but that house looks cool. Here is what it looks like un-traced, recolourized […]
This image is a hybrid of paperclips, filtering and photography by Adam, and more photography and vectorizing, scaling, recolouring and layering by myself. creativity! But what could it mean?
Looking forward to more summer beach nights..
Who speaks for earth?
“…the world impoverishes itself by spending half a trillion dollars a year in preparations for war and by employing perhaps half the scientists and high technologists on the planet in military endeavors. How would we explain all this to a dispassionate, extraterrestrial observer? What account would we give of our stewardship of the planet earth? […]