Another good friend of mine, and yet another excellent DJ & Producer, Samma Lone. This piece was done in a WPAP Style. I am still working to develop this style, but I am enjoying the outcome. Being a fan of both abstract and pop art, this style plays to both of those interests, and scratches multiple itches.
This is Abstract Beauty #2, this time focusing on the eye. The shapes lead your mind on an exploratory adventure, as it tries to decipher what you are seeing. The individual elements could add up to any number of things, but when viewed at a distance, the exact nature of the image becomes clear.
This is Abstract Beauty #1, focusing on the female lips. The individual elements could add up to any number of things, but when viewed at a distance, the exact nature of the image becomes clear.
I am just crazy about Throw Pillows and Society6’s throw pillows are made from quality materials with excellent color reproduction. Throw Pillows are just a great way to add a bit of art to your everyday life.
Here are 4 throw pillows featuring recent designs from Studio Nakamura.
A classic sneaker illustration for all the Sneaker Freaks out there. The Air Jordan is an icon of the 80’s, having been first released by Nike in 1985. I have layered the illustration over a complimentary retro pattern appropriate for the times. You can also find the background pattern as a stand-alone work, titled “Stolen 1985”.
Twigged distills the essence of nature with its tree branch structure and organic feel. Part of the Nakamura Textile Series.
This pattern was created specifically for Throw Pillow use, but works well with other textile items. An abstract collection of branches create an interesting organic pattern. The pattern is layered over a seamless canvas texture for added detail on any surface.
Copacabana encapsulates elements of Rio, with its lovely palm trees and the iconic pattern of the historic Copacabana Boardwalk. This series has a number of derivative designs aptly titled around the time of day.
This piece is “Copacabana – Midnight 3” and exchanges the lively green palm trees of Copacabana – Day 1, for a more muted look, representative of Night, in a vibrant blue hue. Again the Boardwalk pattern returns, and the stars in the night sky are more prominent.