Signalera 1967: 24 x 36

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    The first large format piece using the new abstract explorations. Signalera 1967 is designed at 24" x 36" and will be available when my store is complete.

    You can see a detail right here.

    Buy the print here.

    ©2008 James White. All rights reserved.

    abduzeedo, zoechen [:ZoE:], rrgx, and 56 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ripplemdk 89 months ago | reply

      I don't know why, but this has a very olympic feel to me... anyway I'm still loving these abstract explorations.

    2. isaac bordons 89 months ago | reply

      i like... great work. :)

    3. .almost bruno™ [deleted] 89 months ago | reply

      yeah ripplemdk, it´s true. great work james, all this serie looks like a futuristic reinterpretation of the olympic posts in!

    4. Madżenta Advert [deleted] 89 months ago | reply

      perfect colors and that cosmic style:-)

    5. spacesick 89 months ago | reply

      yes! cosmic is right. I love it.

      I do love me some retro space goodness

    6. James Whíte 88 months ago | reply

      Thanks guys.

      Ripple, you're right. The Olympics is definitely one of the influences.

      Bruno, that's right. Scott posts the best material over there.

      Spacesick, awesome, awesome. I forgot how cool that Hanna Barbara promo was. Must have seen that thing 20 times every Saturday when I was a kid. Not sure if you checked my site, but I posted two NBC bumpers from the 70s as inspiration for the piece. The animation in those rock.

    7. spacesick 88 months ago | reply

      NICE! dude that's so crazy, because for the longest time I was obsessed with those retro light logos and trying to make them myself. maybe I'll start fiddling with the idea again now that I'm making videos I can actually attach my own logo to.

    8. James Whíte 88 months ago | reply

      Space, let me know if you get anything online! I'd love to see some modern retro cosmic animation (that's a mouthful). I love that stuff.

      I'll be sure to post more links to stuff like that soon.

    9. desertchick- 74 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The 60's: Architecture, Design & More, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    10. djayku 42 months ago | reply

      This is really cool , thanks :)

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