Monday Morning Art: Streetworks Detour

June 9, 2014 by rudy panucci

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This week’s art is a detour along the way to my design for this year’s East End Main Street Streetworks project. My piece is going to be a tribute to Heinz Edelman, a hero of mine (and the man who designed The Beatles’ “Yellow Submarine.” Part of my design (which will also include a nod to “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” by Georges Seurat) is based on this image of Ophelia Darc, from the May, 2013 edition of Dr. Sketchy’s Anti Art School. It’s going to be transmogrified considerably from this early version, so┬áthis alternate take is just a tiny tease.

Click to see it bigger, and check PopCult later this week for more details on this year’s Streetworks art auction.

One Response to “Monday Morning Art: Streetworks Detour”

  1. […] After that, I ran the image through a filter to further simplify it so that I could get a better idea of how her face would look in Edelmann’s style. In the end, I wound up looking at the monitor and drawing the girl freehand because the photographic image just didn’t fit what I needed. I did wind up using this step as part of last week’s Monday Morning Art. […]

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