Final Thoughts

These illustrations were created for the Transportation Department of Helsinki, Finland, to discourage drivers from eating and using makeup and cellphones while operating a vehicle. Good grief. Keep both hands on the wheel!

Images are available for sale. Scroll down or click for purchase details.

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You're Breaking Up

Meme Swarm intro image to drawings

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A Hope More Tanned

Meme Swarm intro image to drawings

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A Fine Burger

Meme Swarm intro image to drawings

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About the Creation Process

Each image was first drawn with ink on paper, scanned at a high resolution and digitally coloured and collaged. Elements used include personal photographs and images gleaned off the web, and patterns and textures generated specifically for this project.

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The output is a laser exposure on metallic photo paper that achieves a level of detail sharpness and colour clarity that has to be seen to be believed. In other words, stupendously fantastic. The metallic paper reflects colours through the photographic gel for an additional depf of field effect. Very, very nice.

$50 for each 8.5" x 11" poster
$100 for the full set of 3.

In addition to the size and prices above, larger versions of the print are also available. Let us know what size you would like and we'll calculate the pixels and send you a quote.

All taxes and shipping charges are included.
If you live somewhere very remote, then you need some cutting edge art delivered to you even more than anyone else - we'll take a hit on shipping for art's sake.

Please email the details of your choices and shipping address and we will ship you a PayPal invoice. Once paid, allow 2 to 4 weeks for delivery.

Some Copyrights Reserved

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 License. This system does seem to represent a fresh approach to copyright that is motivated more by sharing and learning than ego and greed.

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Last Modified 19 May, 2008 7:20 PM