Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Contemporary Buzz n° 4/5/6

Contemporary Buzz n°4 "Groovy Hustle"
exotic and a tiny bit seventies, with bold big patterns and colours, Contemporary Buzz n° 5 "YB"
happy marriage between black and yellow, straight lines and fluorescent plastic,
Contemporary Buzz n°6 "Beanbag invasion"

9 comments:

sukipoet said...

These are so colorful and interesting. I was just thinking to ask if you used digital whatever to create these. Earlier I envisioned you with scissors and paste collaging the images together from magazines. But now, I see you maybe are doing it digitally.

I especially like the patterns in the sidebar. Lilly under water is luscious. The others evocative.

Keep on with all you good and hard work. Is it photo shop that you use?? I am in total ignorance about software.

Kim said...

Andrea, these are exceptionally exciting! I love all of the vivid colors and the compositions are so inspirational! I adore all of the wonderful mediums you use to create these!

I can't wait to see what tomorrow brings!

TammyVitale said...

daughter and I saw nothing but shoes and clothes in that yellow/black/gray scheme while in NY...so you're on target there! And I love the first one - I could live in those colors happy as a clam!

Elizabeth said...

These are fantastic - I like the beanbags the best. Hard to choose though... very groovy and colourful.
I like the way your mind works! :-)

Christine DeCamp said...

Hey Andrea--I love the beanbag "invasion"! That really cracks me up! I have been seeing beanbags around again. These are really fun.
Christine
http://passionforpainting.blogspot.com

Cris in Oregon said...

The Yellow and Black take me back to the 60ies, British fashion and Twiggy. Guess that stands out the most to me.

Cris in Oregon said...

PS..Make that Early sixties. not far from the 50ies as this has a bit of the fifties mod look too. I was thinking of the colors how they put me back to the early sixties.

ANDREA said...

Thanks for all your interesting comments!
It is funny how this yellow and black scheme is so far from my "own colours". Out of the comfort zone again, I'm looking forward to overcome my prejudices against yellow:)

Lynn said...

I am not sure I get what you are doing here but it is interesting to me especially if you are doing it digitally. These are fun to look at.