Open Head 2016
Serigraph 24" x 18"

Personally, one of my favorite pieces to create as it was a huge learning experience and my first real delve into blurring the line between dimensions. The process of making this piece started with digital captures of real world things. Photographs of some of my favorite outdoor places were taken and imported in a 3D rendering program. A depth sensor was used to scan my own head and the photographs were assigned to faces of the geometrically simplified 3D model. To create a flat image, faces were selected and separated to allow the model to lay flat. At this point the regular task of process color separation could be completed. To create the 3D head in real life care must be taken to score each fold line before cutting the shape out then edges are matched up and glued together.