Angela Mercedes Donna Otto

Illustration / Kunst / Grafikdesign
illustration / art / graphic design



Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration<br /><em>Digital transposition - CD cover illustration</em>
Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration<br /><em>Digital transposition - CD cover illustration</em>
Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration<br /><em>Digital transposition - CD cover illustration</em>
Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration<br /><em>Digital transposition - CD cover illustration</em>
Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration<br /><em>Digital transposition - CD cover illustration</em>
Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration<br /><em>Digital transposition - CD cover illustration</em>
Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration<br /><em>Digital transposition - CD cover illustration</em>
Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration<br /><em>Digital transposition - CD cover illustration</em>
Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration<br /><em>Digital transposition - CD cover illustration</em>
Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration<br /><em>Digital transposition - CD cover illustration</em>
Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration<br /><em>Digital transposition - CD cover illustration</em>

Digitale transposition - CD Cover Illustration
Digital transposition - CD cover illustration

2013, nov

» Transposition -
Digitale Illustration«

Für Gewöhnlich arbeite ich mit analogen Mitteln wie Farbklecksen, Tusche, aber auch Kaffee, Tea und Saft. Diesmal habe ich versucht meine "apophünische"* Arbeitsweise ins Digitale zu transponieren ...

*Apophänie beschreibt das Phänomen, dass der menschliche Verstand selbst in chaotischen Mustern und Strukturen versucht Ordnung und Gestalt zu finden. Die so »gefundenen« Kreaturen scheinen sich aus dem Untergrund zu lösen, als würden sie lebendig.

»Transposition -
Digital illustration«

Apophenic Illustrations gone digital

Usually my illustrations are based on coffee, tea, juice and paint splotches. These chaotic textures provide my brain with the basic material to construct fantastic animals, weird creatures and surreal scenes. It is like seeing faces in the clouds - we all remember doing that as a kid. Psychologists have a term for this ability of the brain and call it "apophenia". So until now I used apophenia with my analogue tools.

This time I thought about using digital tools instead of the analogue splotches and ink, I usually work with ...