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  1. Being sick is no fun, but those are lovely! I’ve been hounded by allergies all day and they’re mucking up my creativity a little too.

    Would you be down for some photoshop tennis?

  2. Thanks a lot for the well-wishes everyone.

    Jonathan, thanks for the offer, man. I’m going to be a bit busy over the next while with projects I have in the works, but I will keep tennis in mind for sure.

    Abe, the (loose) idea behind these pieces was to create a surreal landscape of a ‘world between worlds’, which inevitably led to my researching Purgatory. This branched again to the idea of Apocatastasis, a restoration to the original or primordial condition, so the idea of trying to show a world being born came to mind. If you hit that Wikipedia link you will notice William Blake’s famous etching of the same name, which seemed appropriate.

    So I guess there was a bit more behind what I was doing then I let on in the post. I do a lot of reading when I’m sick :)

  3. Shelby, having these printed on Polaroids is a great idea. I wouldn’t even know where to start :)

    Marvin, thanks for the link! So much amazing art in those old Atari games and manuals. The one for Terrorists in the Year 3000 is amazing.

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