Sunday, August 29, 2010

S E V E N . S K I E S


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this is a sort of experimental project called "SEVEN SKIES" that i've been thinking about a lot but not until now have actually attempted visually. i want to create a project entirely based on abstraction, not necessarily meaning that the work is completely abstract, but that i am not entirely sure of what i am walking into when i begin. i just want to start pulling a few things together and see where it takes me. more pieces to come in the near future on this aerial endeavor.

©perry dixon maple

11 comments:

Zachary said...

Love it! Let me know if you ever put out a book, I will be sure to buy one of the first copies.

Best,

-Zach

peter maynez said...

totally dig your blog! want to see more.
mozolo

zen wang said...

very interesting project:)~~ like the abstract idea a lot!
In Buddhism, there is a same word called "七空", which means seven emptiness. It has a similar abstract idea:)

Jason Scheier said...

Yes and Yes! Yay for this update! Your stuff is fahh fahh FRESH!

La Thérapicturale said...

Very nice work...i love =)

Jparked said...

jesssusss these are beautiful perrry.

love it all.

Humza Khan said...

interesting abstract experiments

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Zachary said...

Please post some of your new stuff (I know you have it, why don't you share it?)

Rustam F. Hasanov said...

Beautiful designs Perry.
Color is fantastic!

Tom Zhao said...

Whoa, somehow I missed this post! There's so much subtlety to these designs. It'd be kind of cool to see an indie game made in this kind of abstract style.

Hope you're doing well!

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