“Splintered Days “
The following artworks have a “space” theme, and in honor of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing I thought this would be an appropriate post. (At the end of this post, check out the photos my Dad, Anthony V. LoGiudice, took of our small black and white TV of the actual 1st moon landing back in 1969!)
There are many creative tools available to artists now to enhance an art piece or change it to make it even more exciting. I’ve discovered with abstract in particular, the use of some of these tools not only gives another perspective of a piece, but brings out or highlights aspects that had previously been hidden. Hidden or simply not as noticeable. I like some of them as much as the originals! With that in mind, I give you some original works along with some enhanced versions. And I hope to be producing prints of both the originals and the enhanced versions to add to the site for sale in the near future. These pieces would look great alone or as sets to “enhance” your space. And like an abstract art “Where’s Waldo”, you can look closely to see the things you may not have noticed, and let me know which “versions” you like. Enjoy!
“Interstellar String Theory l”
“Interstellar String Theory- Classic”
“Interstellar String Theory- Red”
I’m adding this little 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ chibi of David Bowie as “Major Tom” in this group because… space. Heheh.
(I’ll be making various chibi ATC, -Art Trading Cards to sell at upcoming comic cons.)
“Crystal Star Cave Explosion l”
“Crystal Star Cave Explosion- Classic”
“Crystal Star Cave Explosion- Dark”
“Crystal Star Cave Explosion- Red”
Breaking Through Daylight l”
Breaking Through Daylight- Classic”
Breaking Through Daylight- Red”
“The Jetsons l”
“The Jetsons Red,” “Classic” and “Dark”
Photos taken by my Dad, (who was an amateur photographer), Anthony V. LoGiudice, from our little black and white television, on July 20th, 1969 of the very first Moon Landing. With astronauts, Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin. (Oh, and the president speaking to them from the white house- inset.)
Thanks for joining me, see you next time!