Feb 8, 2014
Durer Pond 256

Durer Pond 256

Feb 6, 2014

Making a case for indexed color(s)

The “gut” of Van Gogh’s Irises (1889), stripped down to its core 256-color system. No color repetition occurs. 

Feb 5, 2014

Painting is good, not ultimate.

While it’s capable of depicting either in abstract or representational form, for every detail that’s added, for every decision made consciously or unconsciously, with or without intention, we also miss out on something. All paintings have an inevitable palette to them, and with every complexity or variation in tonality that I face, I can’t help but ask myself the following questions: what colors or tones can I abandon, so as to get the truest quintessential gut of the painting? Are pixels (and/or limited 256-color images) an orderly presentation of color, as opposed to content? Being made up of varying swatches, do all paintings have a pixel potential?

Feb 5, 2014
Lilies 256

Lilies 256

Feb 5, 2014
Hey Mr BJ, 2014
(reinterpreted from dump.fm)

Hey Mr BJ, 2014

(reinterpreted from dump.fm)

Feb 1, 2014
Grand 256

Grand 256

Feb 1, 2014
Mona 256

Mona 256

Feb 1, 2014
Kanagawa 256

Kanagawa 256

Feb 1, 2014
Brainard 256

Brainard 256

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