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Photos from a ferry ride from Bainbridge Island to Seattle. Context on my new blog: rasterbation.net/2011/04/21/seattle-ferry.html

Photos from a ferry ride from Bainbridge Island to Seattle. Context on my new blog: rasterbation.net/2011/04/21/seattle-ferry.html

Photos from a ferry ride from Bainbridge Island to Seattle. Context on my new blog: rasterbation.net/2011/04/21/seattle-ferry.html

2010

Altered digital photo

196 x 70 pixels

 

For this image, I took a digital photo of my dad's house, shrunk it in Photoshop, then recolored the image pixel by pixel to both flatten the image and also limit the range of colors.

 

This image was flipped horizontally, printed out as a laserjet print, and used for a gel medium transfer. The transfer was part of a piece I did for the Home Show at Atlanta's Young Blood Gallery.

 

For my gel medium transfer, I used the instructions on Hollis Brown Thornton's website. Hollis is a fantastic artist and I highly recommend you check his work out. It's killer-to-the-diller for reals. Also, gel medium transfers are tons of fun, and can really open up some doors not otherwise accessible in terms of synthesizing imagery :)

 

Because I was listening to Woody Allen's standup comedy while making this image, I cannot help hearing his voice whenever I look at this.

 

©Ashley Anderson

Photos from a ferry ride from Bainbridge Island to Seattle. Context on my new blog: rasterbation.net/2011/04/21/seattle-ferry.html

If you ever wondered what Chromogenic Field HQ looks like, here it is. The poster is an 11-foot wide "rasterbation" of the cover of Music Has The Right To Children, which took many many hours of labor to carefully cut and tape together.

Queen of my (cubicle) domain. A mite depressing.

Photos from a ferry ride from Bainbridge Island to Seattle. Context on my new blog: rasterbation.net/2011/04/21/seattle-ferry.html

Photos from a ferry ride from Bainbridge Island to Seattle. Context on my new blog: rasterbation.net/2011/04/21/seattle-ferry.html

Photos from a ferry ride from Bainbridge Island to Seattle. Context on my new blog: rasterbation.net/2011/04/21/seattle-ferry.html

Another big print using The Rasterbator. This one is in my spare room. The skyline should be pretty obvious to those that know their skyscrapers....

 

It was a bit of a spur of the moment thing on Friday, so I may well replace it with a better attempt at some point.

 

Check out the original here.

168 pages and some six hours later, I've got a 13' x 9' rasterbation — that's from floor to ceiling — of one of my favourite illustrations ever on my wall. I made a big print of it from a tiny JPG found on the illustrator's website on a colour laser at a print shop in Palo Alto. It's a sequel to the old one I had on my wall in Ann Arbor.

 

I found this girl in a magazine some time ago - the illustrator is Stella Im Hultberg. I'd love to have the original as well, but unfortunately it was sold all the way back in '06.

 

The lighting right now is really dim; that's a 13-second exposure.

my first rasterbation

Playing around with my new camera.

 

If you don't know what Rasterbation is, go here: homokaasu.org/rasterbator/

I made one that is 11 feet high with all of the borders cut off :)

A close up, maybe 6 inches away.

 

The dot sizes go up to 18mm.

My dorm room in college circa Fall of 2007.

Sunday, January 21, 2006

 

Bre and I went out on the town to complete the rasterbation challenge. We took larger than life pics of ourselves and posted them in public places. Mine went up in a Brooklyn subway station, on the cube at Astor Place. Bre's was at the end of a subway car.

 

We then took both printouts and wheatpasted them to the wall at 11 Spring Street.

 

In New York? Go check it out, take photos, and send 'em our way!

 

See Bre's photos here!

Photos from a ferry ride from Bainbridge Island to Seattle. Context on my new blog: rasterbation.net/2011/04/21/seattle-ferry.html

Photos from a ferry ride from Bainbridge Island to Seattle. Context on my new blog: rasterbation.net/2011/04/21/seattle-ferry.html

Sunday, January 21, 2006

 

Bre and I went out on the town to complete the rasterbation challenge. We took larger than life pics of ourselves and posted them in public places. Mine went up in a Brooklyn subway station, on the cube at Astor Place. Bre's was at the end of a subway car.

 

We then took both printouts and wheatpasted them to the wall at 11 Spring Street.

 

In New York? Go check it out, take photos, and send 'em our way!

 

See Bre's photos here!

SKAM vs Dr. Rasterbator

Created by SKAM

 

First official collab of the year!!!!

6+ hours

 

collaborated with dr rasterbators kurt russel template

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save this to your computer and hit up dr rasterbater on flickr or facebook www.facebook.com/doctorrasterbator.sticker

with your completed collaboratoin

 

i took his plank face template and created this undead creature results from experimenting with rasterbation

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rasterbation

I'm super happy with the way this came out. I got some foam double-sided tape since regular tape failed. It's holding up nicely now. It isn't spaced perfectly but it's just for fun. =)

2010

Altered digital photo

167 x 64 pixels

 

For this image, I took a digital photo of my mom's house, shrunk it in Photoshop, then recolored the image pixel by pixel to both flatten the image and also limit the range of colors.

 

This image was flipped horizontally, printed out as a laserjet print, and used for a gel medium transfer. The transfer was part of a piece I did for the Home Show at Atlanta's Young Blood Gallery.

 

For my gel medium transfer, I used the instructions on Hollis Brown Thornton's website. Hollis is a fantastic artist and I highly recommend you check his work out. It's killer diller for reals. Also, gel medium transfers are tons of fun, and can really open up some doors not otherwise accessible in terms of synthesizing imagery :)

 

Because I was listening to Woody Allen's standup comedy while making this image, I cannot help hearing his voice whenever I look at this.

 

©Ashley Anderson

It all finally came together... for now at least. ;)

...messing around...

 

I used the standalone version of The Rasterbater to create this from a rasterbation pdf file, using Photoshop elements.

This was the image I used.

 

This version was made with crop lines and I left them in. The pdf - photoshop transformation results in an image that is transparent except for crop lines and the white "waste border". I chose to leave those in and made a vibrant yellow background.

 

This is one of my very favorite gizmatrons and I think you will enjoy it too.

 

BTW, the text layer is the neon layer style followed by the plastic layer style and then the high drop shadow. Some layer styles add, some replace. In this case, all three layer styles are additive.

 

This is intended as an example - and a suggsetion. You see, this is an amazingly cheap way to do all kinds of interesting things - check out the gallery of examples they have.

 

Please post your examples to this comment thread!

 

Just one idea - street art.

 

Just another - protest signs

 

Just another - Print your own yard signs for political campaigns.

 

Decorate your school with kid art blown up to godzilla proportions.

Another shot of my new block-poster i finished up.

Sunday, January 21, 2006

 

Bre and I went out on the town to complete the rasterbation challenge. We took larger than life pics of ourselves and posted them in public places. Mine went up in a Brooklyn subway station, on the cube at Astor Place. Bre's was at the end of a subway car.

 

We then took both printouts and wheatpasted them to the wall at 11 Spring Street.

 

In New York? Go check it out, take photos, and send 'em our way!

 

See Bre's photos here!

Sunday, January 21, 2006

 

Bre and I went out on the town to complete the rasterbation challenge. We took larger than life pics of ourselves and posted them in public places. Mine went up in a Brooklyn subway station, on the cube at Astor Place. Bre's was at the end of a subway car.

 

We then took both printouts and wheatpasted them to the wall at 11 Spring Street.

 

In New York? Go check it out, take photos, and send 'em our way!

 

See Bre's photos here!

This is 'homebase' for my thesis work now. In a room with people from all over the world, today I made it a little better with the rasterbation! Everyone who comes in the room really seems to like it, I did my good deed for the day :-)

I found this little program called the Rasterbator while browsing other peoples photos and decided instantly that I needed to give it a try. This is my first attempt at rasterbating. I think I like it.

 

There are 84 photos that belong to this selfportrait and for these to be properly viewed you should click here and watch them in a slideshow. set the speed to one second per frame.

 

The photo I chose to rasterbate is yesterday's selfportrait which also includes my portrait from two days ago.

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My Halloween costume: Leonard from the film Memento. Thanks to the wonderful Dana for the artwork.

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