Saturday, June 12, 2010

milo's book






11 comments:

Aya Rosen said...

I can't stop being impressed with your style. wow!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

WOW! These are very dramatic and powerful.

The second one looks like an old woman's face but maybe it is an abstract that works like a Rorschach.

steve said...

Hey Anders, these are all incredible man. With the oil spill coverage, I can't help but see some birds "hidden" in these. In particular, I see what looks to be a pile of dead sea birds in the second one down, as well as a pelican (?) carcass immersed in oil in the fourth one down (looks closely at the lower-to-middle left side). Whatever the case, it's always great to see your work.

anders said...

Well, I definitely wasn't thinking birds, but the oil spill has certainly been on my mind with all the visuals from it swirling around in my head lately.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

The details are amazing.

milo said...

Anders, these are absolutely beautiful! I love each one!

henniemavis said...

The middle ones with blue wash on them are my favorites... but the first one, it makes me hungry for fortune cookies :-)

ballookey said...

Oh man, I love these - like all your work.

thraxil said...

Oh man, those two in the middle with the blue/yellow wash almost killed me. I started on it, spent about an hour making all those little lines, saw that I only had about a 10th of the page covered and thought "Oh dear god, what have I gotten myself into?" There was no backing out at that point though. I'd committed myself to filling the whole spread with that technique. Almost as bad as the time I started on a fairly large piece shading it with stippling using a tiny little pen.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

It does look like a really lot of work! I've fone that too, with the stippling!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

* oops, done that, sorry