Please read this before looking at the images of the prints especially if you are contemplating buying one.

The following section  attempts to give the viewer a virtual overview of my digital prints, however, it is a representative selection and not all of the images in the the series are included. This ‘web’ selection – like all web images – only gives a hint as to how they really look as so much of their presence is lost by the size and compression.Viewing hard copies is the only way of appreciating their true properties.

More information about the imagery of the series can be found on the Movie section of the site if it is derived from a movie although they are  independent pieces.

The very early images can only be printed to smaller size than the later ones but the overall quality is exactly the same.

Where the maximum size is quoted as being 800 mm x ? (where 800 is the width). Larger sizes are possible without loosing any definition which of course is the bonus of digital media.

The size will be reflected in the  price but isn’t the only consideration.

To locate the actual name of the print RMC (right mouse click) on it and choose the option “save image as” where the name of the file will be shown in the window. You may then make a note of it or save the it to your desktop and extract the information later. E-mailing the image(s) to me is also an option.

A small printed version (A4)  can be sent to you to help in your selection, especially for the larger sizes.

Thank you for reading this.

N.B. Any print series with “Not 3D” in its title has been made using virtual 3D technology but in such a way as to exploit the process for normal 2D viewing.

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This latest piece evolved over the last 10 months whilst other projects were completed.

Visually I dont think it needs much explanation but the interplay of the simple forms which have evolved from  a long relationship of making material forms of a similar nature in my pre-digital days as an artist may be useful.

The printing dimensions and edition details are as usual – see the introduction to the general print section.

AG 2013

 

 

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this is the latest ( ninth) in the “not 3D” print series. It differs from the previous two members by having a less graphically busy, possibly more classically abstract, appearance.

The printing dimensions and edition details are as usual – see the preamble to the general print section.

 

A.G. 2012

 

 

 

 

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This is the eighth in the quasi 3D series.  The HH in the title is a playful reference to Howard Hughes who was also fond of the conical form.

A.G. 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

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being the second part of a mini series of prints, the legend is similar to part one.

See part one for more details.

A.G. 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This is the seventh in the “not 3D” series which plays with the technology of 3D imagery without actually making  3D illusions.

Visceral like forms dance over of  a furry  form rather as flies do in the natural environment although much more slowly.

There is a also a movie related to this project which is now published on this site.

As usual each image is an edition of 25 and will be printed archivally to order.

Sizes up to 800 mm X 450 mm are standard although larger sizes can be made.

A.G  2011

 

 

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these prints are the sixth part of a project which plays with the current commercial passion for 3D imagery. The originating movie  inexplicably disappeared as soon as it was completed (human error) but luckily (for me) these pictorial files had been securely saved.

In retrospect the iconography of the images hint at but don’t literally illustrate the space junk which is surrounding ours and probably other planets.

As usual each image is an edition of 25 and can be  printed  archivally  to order.

Sizes up to 800 mm X 450 mm are standard although larger sizes can be made.

A.G 2011

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This is the first of a  mini series using virtual 3D technology “incorrectly”.

One of the influential forces in the making of  “c(l)on(e)-ical evolution” series is how – by working digitally – one is able to make the iconography evolve organically whilst leaving  previous visible traces of the process  as images in their own right. The result of this archivist’s approach is represented here by the four distinct parts which correspond to the visual variety between the sections; they are not necessarily  presented in the order they were made.

The title is an amalgamation  of conical and clone (in case  it appears confusing) and is an attempt to describe, or give access to, the visual content of the images.

By “tweaking” the technology of 3D image making the resultant images hint at, but do not fulfill, the experience of 3D viewing.

As usual each image is an edition of 25 and will be printed archivally to order.

Sizes up to 800 mm X 450 mm are standard although larger sizes can be made.

A.G 2010

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As usual each image is an edition of 25 and will be printed archivally to order.

Sizes up to 800 mm X 450 mm are standard although larger sizes can be made.

A.G 2010

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