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07-16-2008 10:11 AM #1
More digital art...
I've been toying with the idea of doing a neoplastic abstract over a photograph, but couldn't decide on the subject matter until this morning...
...Being a hi-rez tiff image, I may print it off with my poster tool and fix it to a piece of foam board.
07-16-2008 10:57 AM #2
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use the afghan buhdas post taliban
07-16-2008 11:58 AM #3
There's nothing left to use as a reference...
...the Bamyan buddhas were all but obliterated. The outline of where they were is the only thing left. Maybe a digital rendering of them being blown apart, with scathing commentary on the intolerance and stupidity of the afghan government. It would be a Dadaist piece, of course=8^D
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07-17-2008 11:16 AM #8
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NOW you've done it!
Careful or you are liable to start a furor over using an image of Mohammed!
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07-17-2008 11:36 AM #9
Medieval depictations of Mohammed...
...can be found relatively easy with google images, and the ironic thing is that <a href="http://archief.retecool.com/mirrordir/Mohammed%20Image%20Archive.htm">most of the renderings were made by Muslims.</a> It seems the prohibition against visual representation wasn't so strict at that time. I would have used one of the Islamic renderings, if they weren't so primitive.
07-17-2008 11:52 AM #10
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