Waste Paintings are a range of digital paintings by Paul Hetherington and Howard Wakefield. They are created from an amalgamation of photoshop filters on a colour and image to produce digital forms that give a painterly effect. They are inspired by the work of Jane Atfield who was producing a similar aesthetic through waste plastics. However, they are meant to exist purely as arbitrary forms that can only exist physically as a digital print.
Here are the invite cards for Questioning Print. Your are all cordially invited to private view on the 2nd of June at Kemistry Gallery, 3 Charlotte Road City of London EC2A 3PD. We look forward to seeing you there!
Digital Sculptures is a project initiated by GF Smith, designed by SEA and produced by FIELD. This sample pack does a lot more than simply provide the client with an example of this new digital paper range from GF Smith its gives the client with a personal one off edition. Through a generative illustration program designed by FIELD each sheet shows a completely unique, digitally produced 'painting' which is then made into a physical artwork upon a selection of paper specifically designed for digital printing.