WHEN I WENT “back to black” (B2B), it was never my intention to abandon colour; it was an “active” pause to re-evaluate where I was headed. And then to move on quickly. I decided that I would examine different media, specifically how to combine analog with digital.
This particular extension of my B2B project involves combining (1) B&W mini paintings derived from doodles with (2) photos of rain tree canopies and branches that I took recently. Each small rectangle would then be enriched further using colours from a masterpiece e.g. by Picasso. The resultant rectangles are placed together to form a Warhol-like piece. The digital files for printing have been vectorised, which means the prints can be very big, as big as any printer can do. In Malaysia the largest printer can do 25ft wide.
The six pieces in this entry are limited-edition archival-quality prints using pigmented ink on art paper. For inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org