In late 2012 till early 2014 I was going all digital trying to superimpose geometric polyhedron shapes onto photographs of nature I took. It was my way to pay homage to my earlier work where I would paint shapes levitating over a scenic set of mountains or hills. It’s crazy to think that the ideas I had in my head years ago can finally be realized by today’s technology. It’s like technology finally caught up to me and the concepts I have in my brain.
The homie CISR V7 LE caught this guy rolling through So Cal last month. We painted this on Krül’s birthday in Oklahoma in the summer of 2013. It’s always fun to see your trains in other states roll through minus the haters tags on our shapes.
Below is a little gallery of works by Adyor and Krül.
Donald Trump is officially the Republican nominee. I’m surprised to say this but I’m excited to see what he would do as president. He is a business man and not a politician so he cannot be bought by any corporation or political group. He has a different motivation than the other candidates. He genuinely wants to Make America Great Again by boosting the economy, creating jobs, make “fair trade” actually fair and make our country safe again by supporting our military and protecting out vets.
These were my first attempt at creating the Hyper Cluster gallery in a tight blend of geometric polyhedrons.
The Cluster is a type of art piece invented by Aerial in 1999. The Cluster is a bunch of geometric polyhedra clumped together with no planing or attempt to control.