But what is my latest lino-cutting project? Read on...
This is the cover to "Black Cell Program". It's a design by Jasper Kloosterboer. I've taken this picture at a gawkish angle to confuse you, but let me describe it... Flat on, the picture fills a roughly squarish space. I can see distortion in the construction. There are what looks to be branches... a sort of organic touch and then lots of what appears to be stretched images that have a strange geometric feel to them. It's a jumble of lines and shapes, like an explosion! I'm quite taken by it. By some weird coincidence, my latest project explores some of these ideas. Jasper and I are on the same track... only coming at it from completely different angles.
Reading about Jasper on his site I am quite taken by this quote: "Constantly learning and experimenting he approaches design in a systematic way, crafting his own tools to overcome boundaries."
Jasper is battling #geometry with his own weapons.
I too am knee deep in this self, same battle and my weapon of choice is linocutting! ;-)