Liquid Computing

Story of the ImageIn this composite image, water drops on a spider’s web contrast with the spherical solder joints on a circuit board. The silk strands of the web are juxtaposed with the laser-precise wiring of the electronics, creating graphic tension.

This “view portal” that frames the image is a photograph of the ornate rim from the headlight of 1963 Chrysler Turbine automobile. I digitally removed the glass and use the rim to frame still life compositions and landscape scenes. The projections resemble the tick marks on an analog clock or meter and provide graphic tension with whatever subject I’m spotlighting in the headlamp.

Printed on specially-coated aluminum, ready to hang. No frame required.