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Sineload’s New Digital Illustration Series Looks At the Relationship Between Colour, Line And Form

| Art and design | June 15, 2013

Sineload Illustrations Called Cotton Wool

John Murphy AKA Sineload is a digital illustrator and artist, now based in Madrid, who began his artistic life as a painter with a passion for abstract expressionism and the work of Sean Scully. Well at least he was when I was at art college with him. Decades have passed since then and his work has moved on, as has his process and materials, all continually evolving, moving, changing. 

‘Lines 1′ is the first of a three part series exploring pure aesthetic and I can’t wait to see what evolves over the coming months. Here’s what he has to say about his work:

‘Lines 1′ is the first in a series of 3 (Lines 2 and Lines 3 to come later this year) that looks at the relationship between colour, line and form. These images are also the first I’ve created entirely digitally since most of my work, until now, has combined both analogue and digital.

If you like Murphy’s check out his website, go to his online shop and buy a print.

Sineload’s New Digital Illustration Series Looks At the Relationship Between Colour, Line And Form was last modified: November 30th, 2013 by moray mair

  

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