Tribute artworks for my favorite artists.
This project focuses on my interest in merging different forms of art and design in one, like using the clean minimalistic style and chaotic glitch aesthetics whilst still not losing grip of the main aspect and idea of the project.
Tribute 1; Glitched Rene Magritte.
Magritte is without a doubt my favorite artist of all time, some of my favorite paintings are; Not To Be Reproduced, The Mysteries of Horizon, The Lovers, and Sixteenth of September.
References; Son of Man, Rene’s self portraits and The schoolmaster.
Tribute 2; Glitched Salvador Dali
References; Lincoln, Dali’s self portraits and the persistence of memory.
Retro artwork studies for 2017
Study 1; The Void
Study II; The Loop
Study III; The Ritual
Alternative artworks inspired by the amazing split album I’ve been loving lately by Maeror Tri and Nostalgie Eternelle called Somnia Et Expergisci.
Sound Distortion is a minimal album artwork project I did for an imaginary experimental/techno LP .
The project consists of a set of 3 designs where the first pan represents a minimal form of sound wave and the other represents its wave distortion.
Sound Distortion I
Sound Distortion II
Sound Distortion III
Series of on-going glitch artworks I’ve been working on for 2016.
I’m a huge sci-fi fan and lately been so inspired, and watching and reading a ton of cyper-punk and post apocalyptic pieces. The theme of the project is an imagined dystopian/ futuristic city-scapes, images are lofi, taken and edited through out this year.
●Tree, sky, buildings, sea elements
●Black and white visuals
New on going project I’m working on where I take photos and manipulate them to recreate a classic work of art. With the same color scheme and elements. So excited for this one.
First painting of the series is Van Gogh classic painting Starry Night an oil on canvas that he created June 1889.
The painting of which indicated later that he must have suffered of a disorder called Manic Depression or Bipolar.
“A year here and he still dreamed of cyberspace, hope fading nightly. All the speed he took, all the turns he’d taken and the corners he cut in Night City, and he’d still see the matrix in his dreams, bright lattices of logic unfolding across that colourless void.”
—William Gibson, Neuromancer.
All images are mine from a project called أخطاء في مدونة بصرية /Errors in a Visual Diary. I took and broke all of them last year, 2015.
The project is inspired by William Gibson’s Novel “Neuromancer” , A visual diary broken and recreated to explore a dream-like state.