– Dayz Lost, 2016 –
Prints of selected digital constructs like the one above are now available to buy from Saatchi Art.
And I have just made my combination pictures available to buy as prints from Metro Imaging. The shop is here.
I was thinking the same thing.
Looks like a landscape by the sea, attached by a giant…
…I didn’t say the word 🙂
Excellent picture, by the way.
Ha, yes, thanks very much, Rabirius 🙂
There is definitely a hint of the phallicism in this image! A nice collage! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! It does look a bit like that…
Have to agree with ckponderings on this one looks very phallic i really like the background layers
Yes, it does look like that. Thanks very much, Leon.
Richard, you have such a unique iconography! Really gives one the double-take treatment. Thought provoking! and very much so.
Thanks so much, Steven – really appreciate this comment.
I second Steven’s comment. Hope you sell lots of prints.
Thanks so much, John.
Cloud amputee contemplates existence in the Digital Cloud. Leave selfie on wall.
As with Ashley’s work, your compositions inspire strange & intriguing vectors of thought. 🙂
Ha, ha, quite! Thanks very much, Joseph!
Please know how long I have been looking at this . . . . fabulous work as ever Richard and all best with print sales!
Ha, ha, thanks very much, Patti!
Love this–and yay–!!!! We can buy prints of your works!!
Thanks very much, Melissa!
And they look GREAT on both sites.
Really glad you think so – it’s interesting putting stuff together.
Looks like a finger to me, but perhaps my imagination is too wholesome today! Great image; thought bubble aside, this does remind me of comic book art (which I’m a big fan of).
Ha, ha. Thanks very much, Stevie.
Quite suggestive, with an awful lot to say. Terrific.
Thanks very much, Elena.
After taking in the shapes, lines, drips, textures, ideas, and questions that come to mind, etc., when looking at this, one thing that strikes me about this piece, as often does with your work, is the cooperation and combination of what, for me, are unexpected colors. It’s really fascinating to me how you work with color, and how and why what you do with color sits so perfectly in my brain. Do you know what I mean? What I’m trying to say is I wonder why when I look at the work of certain artists (yours at the top of the list), I can just feel my brain relax into a feeling of “yes, this works….” Without going into the whys of it, the piece just “feels right.” Hope that doesn’t sound like incoherent madness. 🙂 Love the title, by the way.
That’s lovely to read – thanks very much, Lemony. Yes, I do know what you mean – I kind of work the colours out as I go – it’s more a case of thinking “this works with this” or the opposite – all really done on “feel” – occassionally it takes a bit of tweaking…
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