So i was planning on doing editorial illustration for this project, but after about a week of trying to analyse magazine articles and not coming up with any ideas i decided to switch to book covers. I chose to do 5 book covers for works by George Orwell.
Cover for 1984.
Here's the next one, a cover for Animal Farm.
...and the next one, a cover for Burmese days.
Nearly done, been working on the cover for Coming up for air, not sure which colour scheme works best, suggestions??
im stuck on the last one, theres two books i can choose from; 'The clergymans daughter' and 'Keep the aspadistra flying'. These are the ideas i've come up with so far, the problem is that the shapes ive used wont work in the same way i've done the other ones.
I while ago i got a book by Irvine Welsh called 'Filth' from a second hand book shop, when i opened it, a photo of a pyramid fell out. Yesterday i aquired the adobe master collection CS5, this is the result of the two:
could possibly put it on a t-shirt and sell it to indie kids...?
Some 'Procra' images for wheat-pasting.
For the benefit of those who don't know what wheatpasting is; its a way of fixing street art to walls, letterboxes, people etc...
you make a paste from cooking wheat flour and sugar, or something like that, and it makes a really strong glue.
I'm aware they all look very similar, im having an unimaginative day...
Autumn Devil (he's made out of a leaf...)
'I would have got away with it if it wasn't for those pesky-tarians." - Josh Davis.
Made this image a while ago but felt that it was unfinished so had a heavy session with it on photoshop.