July 22, 2008
My girlfriend and I created a mutual shop on Etsy called Pickle Fork. If you haven’t heard about Etsy, it’s like Ebay for artists and crafters. I intend to offer prints of some of my photographs at some point, and my girlfriend will be selling a variety of craft related items. Check out her original Etsy shop here. She makes the most amazing polymer clay beads you’ll ever see. I think there’s some kind of sorcery involved, but I haven’t found any lizard eye of newt laying around the house.
Anyway, the whole point of this post is to show off some of the Pickle Fork graphics I’ve been working on:
The Pickle Fork Mascot:
April 23, 2008
It’s no surprise that moving to Arizona has had a great influence on my artistic endeavors. I’ve gone crazy taking photo’s of cacti, and desert landscapes. I’m sure it will seep into my writing sooner or later.
This is a vector illustration of a desert sunset. Vector graphics are generated through mathematical formulas that represent all the lines and shapes. (Thankfully there are programs like Adobe Illustrator that hide all that ugly math from sensitive artistic eyes.) Because the image is made of mathematical formulas, it can be enlarged for all eternity, without sacrificing image quality.
I was surprised to see this become best seller on Shutter Stock.