Friday, March 23, 2012
It's what I'm currently calling a blender. I took small, relatively abstract portions from a Klimt, a Van Gogh, a Muench, and a Picasso, and a text layer, blended them all digitally in Photoshop and then applied a watercolor filter. If I'm feeling pretentious, I will call it a commentary on both generally accepted masterpiece and technology and how they interplay in contemporary culture. But I'm not feeling pretentious.
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