Piano recital handbill
This print and on-line promotional piece is for a piano recital of the 3 Bs, Bach Beethoven and Brahms. The headline type is based on the proportions of the black keys of a piano and appears in the illustration as three black keys that spell 3BS.
Nature does randomness much better than humans. No matter how much we humans try some order or pattern always introduces itself into our attempts at creating random-looking imagery, for example, landscapes or the arrangement of random beads in a photograph.
To create the ground plane of this image a black and white portrait of two faces was used to generate a mesh which was then distorted and textured to look like sand dunes.
This hybrid uses both 3-D modelling and traditional digital illustration techniques to illustrate the article, "Northern Development. Raising the Bar." The finished piece was used on the cover of Aboriginal Times magazine.
A fretboard inlaid with the musician's name used for on-line promotions.
This shows the geometry used to create the image and the final rendered graphic, below.
An illustration of the beefy Zeiss lens on an antique Hasselblad camera.
Self-promotional printed piece.