Ambiguous Landscapes
Ambiguous Landscapes
Ambiguous Landscapes
Ambiguous Landscapes
Ambiguous Landscapes

Ambiguous Landscapes

Originally created as a series of posters for Print-Process, these designs are the result of experiments into making abstract forms through digital means. By working with a variery of processes, each piece is able to develop its own unique character.

The creation of these pieces was driven by the desire to express natural forces divorced from scale, creating forms reminiscent of patterns seen from the micro to the macro. Various images can be read as mountain ranges at first glance, the results of electron microscopy the next; glacial flows one minute and peeling blu-tack the other. By removing any sense of scale, the forces at work and their resulting forms are able to stand alone.

Links:
This series of posters at Print-Process
Print-Process.com

These posters are available for purchase at Print-Process – the brainchild of Mark Blamire (perhaps best known for the creation of the Trainspotting posters). The site is intended to sell artwork by leading graphic designers and prints are available at A2, A1 and A0 sizes. The work is made to order to the highest giclee print standard.

The posters are as below and can be purchased by following this link. Alternatively, just click an image to go to its respective Print-Process page.

Landscape 1

Landscape 2

Landscape 3

Landscape 4

Throughout July 2012, WeTransfer featured these designs as wallpapers on the front page of their website. WeTransfer is a fantastic file transfer service with an average of 15 million hits per month so this was a real treat for which I’d like to thank the WeTransfer editorial team and, in particular, Fatma.