This is seriously cool. Makes me think of a beach near some cliffs.
I’ll be back with more of my art soon. Until then, here’s a really nice piece by someone else you might enjoy.
"Let It All Fade Away" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.
Just playing around combining some glitch art and text.
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Artwork by: Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador
For: Desert M’s album Eräänä ikitalven yönä heräsin yksin jäätyneiden aaltojen keskeltä, 2013.
About: This artwork for the Eräänä… album is my third commission from Finnish electronic musician Desert M. Based on my work for the client in the past, he requested something geometric, intricate, glitchy, and symmetrical for his newest release. The album has a strong overall theme of coldness, so the snowflake-like designs fit the specifications perfectly. “Oh my god, YES”, was the first thing he said upon seeing the completed artwork. “You absolutely killed it, once again.” I love it when my clients are happy.
Process: To create these images, I started out glitching a bunch of images using the tried and true Wordpad method. I then edited them to show more detail, cut out various geometric shapes, and repeated them at varying angles to create patterns resembling snowflakes, some more detailed than others. Finally, I added color and a few finishing touches, and viola, they were done.
This is one of my favorite big projects to date. Enjoy!
"Parallel Paradise" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2012.
This is the other mirrored landscape image I did last year. I found this recently, and it has inspired me to start experimenting with spirograph images again.
"Hinterland" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2012.
Abstract designs using mirrored images of landscapes. I need to make more like this.
Fonts give me pleasure. (From the depths of the dirty part of my mind.)
"Symphony" by Gregory E. Pilling, 2013.
"Volt", "Ohm", and "Amp" by Gregory E. Pilling, 2013.
"Orchestra" by Gregory E. Pilling, 2013.
"Stars" by Gregory E. Pilling, 2013.
Disturbed digital video signal. Not really your standard form of datamoshing, but similar.
I just wanted to say a quick thank you to all of my followers, new and old, as well as everyone who has liked or reblogged any of my posts. I would never have imagined 6 months ago that there would be so many people who like my art. Every time I see a new note, it gives a tiny little boost to my psyche, so each one of you has made me a little bit happier. Thank you!
"Radar" by Gregory E. Pilling, 2013.
A photograph from one of my digital cameras that doesn’t do so well in very low light conditions, that I enhanced. I think the even distribution of digital artifacts gives it a pretty cool effect.
What an incredible old book cover! I would cut off the cover and hang it on my wall.
Book covers. Always a mine of gold for graphic inspiration.
"Stripe" by Gregory E. Pilling, 2013.
I took a photo zoomed in to see the individual pixels of a TV, cropped it, and further manipulated it.