Feb 5, 2007

No Love

So this is my first project from my glass class and my first tshirt I have printed in my other class (which is a tshirt silkscreen class). The glass people were supposed to be a sculptural interpertation of the tshirt design. These are my main characters in the comics I have been developing. I had absolutely no idea how the glass people would turn out. At first I was extremely frustrated and dissapointed because they just looked like lumpy blobs. But once I added the eyes they seemed to gain the life that I had been looking for and they became something more than I was expecting (plus they're fun to play with :)


Anilu Magloire said...

Just wanted to tell you how much I love your work. I recently found your rubber stamps and I am in love with them. I got a few and I am loving them even more in "person".
You are an amazing artist. I look forward to seeing what you create next.

William J. Charlebois said...

I love your glass characters. I'm a great fan of your parents art work, and now it looks like you are taking the family's talent to a whole new direction.


Carla Sonheim said...

Tiphoni-- those glass creatures are WONDERFUL! Nice to get to know you a bit at Artfest this year. Enjoy your last weeks of art school!

MAHIMA said...

your art is wonderful!! :)
i love your blog header!
look forward to you graduating s I et to see more of your art :)
i just graduated this month so i have all the time t create and experiment. :)

Anonymous said...

wow your work its truely unique..i adore your stamps...im off to buy some...just fabulous

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LINDSAY said...

They don't look like lumpy blobs! They look like the drops of silly puddy I used to love so much! Cute as a button with their harsh words and all! :)

disa said...

I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.