I love the idea that even in the pattern and continuity of those blocks, the background to them is a photo and each one is completely different. Individuality in continuity .. I'm feeling particularly deep this EARLY Monday morning
Very nice piece - keep it up!
lol this is funny, using pixelstretch although u hate it XD, btw looks nice, its really original and has the proper atmosphere in it, like everything flows properly together making a nice composition, its actually really nice,
is uber still a cool word to use? i guess its just as cool as pixel stretch. *masturbates air in a discontent way
mint image, jordman. The font is righteous, groovy the fucking cream in coffee? ....rant kohk masta.
No, I am not going to tell you that it's refreshing, original and new; it isn't. Simple as that, you know that too, pixelstretch is old, as you show with this piece, Helvetica is getting _really_ old - the image's content and techniques used to make it aren't innovative, but very nice to look at. Just looks good. Nice work.
by the way, how the hell do you want to inflate a (practically)700x800 photo to A3? O_O
Happy Birthday and have a good day
i hate pixelstretching. That was the concept of this piece; antistretch, i see how people are abusing this technique, and its a tribute to mike young and mr. cina, they mastered it (back in the old days)
Thanks for your comment, i know its nothing special, but its the message. fuck pixelstretching
I love the fill patterns and textures you use, and the gradients within them are great. The sketchy style of the pic and the use of fonts works really well, it makes the pic seem more 'human' than computer aided. The empty space at the top with the text is a touch of class, it adds a certain calmness to the grungy busy areas at the bottom.
Everything flows so well too, despite stading out from the photo, like how the texture seems to have a perspective up to the garage door and the way the garage door is incorporated into the fill pattern on the top left.
Another thing that I like is the inclusion of the grid, like the maths paper you get, it adds detial to the pic, without standing out too much. Also, the pink breaks up the blue really well, but I think that the blurry pink bit shouldn't be there, or should be sharp like the other details in the pic.