Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
About Varied / Professional Member Erik Fox-JacksonMale/United States Recent Activity
Deviant for 7 Years
Needs Premium Membership
Statistics 154 Deviations 1,193 Comments 11,560 Pageviews

Newest Deviations

Way more art and styles in the rest of the gallery!

Random Favourites

deviantID

erikfoxjackson
Erik Fox-Jackson
Artist | Professional | Varied
United States
Current Residence: Long Island, New York
Favourite genre of music: Jazz, Metal, Electronic, Most.
Favourite style of art: Surreal, cartoon, impressionist, Vector, Line Drawing
Operating System: Windows 7
Favourite cartoon character: Ren and Stimpy
Interests

Activity


Adam Savage by erikfoxjackson
Adam Savage
"Adam Savage" - Adobe Illustrator

This is part of a series I did for my Art Ed master's show. The series was of large digitally printed 36" x 54" canvases.

The idea was to play on a bunch of ideas from art history, starting with Pop Art's use of faces of modern icons - but instead I chose icons who also had something to offer to the world of education and would hopefully have more than "5 seconds of fame". The disembodied heads are a play on the term "Talking Head", which I used to represent their public advocacy of their chosen discipline. I used the techniques of Chuck Close to create a stippled artwork that would be more in the vein of a digital Seurat. The points used are supposed to be a simulacrum for digital print and display's composition of dots to create complex images. From a distance the large canvases look photographic but at as the viewer closed in on the artwork they can see the image is composed of intricate colors and varied dot work.
Loading...
Jane Goodall by erikfoxjackson
Jane Goodall
"Jane Goodall" - Adobe Illustrator

This is part of a series I did for my Art Ed master's show. The series was of large digitally printed 36" x 54" canvases.

The idea was to play on a bunch of ideas from art history, starting with Pop Art's use of faces of modern icons - but instead I chose icons who also had something to offer to the world of education and would hopefully have more than "5 seconds of fame". The disembodied heads are a play on the term "Talking Head", which I used to represent their public advocacy of their chosen discipline. I used the techniques of Chuck Close to create a stippled artwork that would be more in the vein of a digital Seurat. The points used are supposed to be a simulacrum for digital print and display's composition of dots to create complex images. From a distance the large canvases look photographic but at as the viewer closed in on the artwork they can see the image is composed of intricate colors and varied dot work.
Loading...
Neil Degrasse Tyson by erikfoxjackson
Neil Degrasse Tyson
"Neil Degrasse Tyson" - Adobe Illustrator

This is part of a series I did for my Art Ed master's show. The series was of large digitally printed 36" x 54" canvases.

The idea was to play on a bunch of ideas from art history, starting with Pop Art's use of faces of modern icons - but instead I chose icons who also had something to offer to the world of education and would hopefully have more than "5 seconds of fame". The disembodied heads are a play on the term "Talking Head", which I used to represent their public advocacy of their chosen discipline. I used the techniques of Chuck Close to create a stippled artwork that would be more in the vein of a digital Seurat. The points used are supposed to be a simulacrum for digital print and display's composition of dots to create complex images. From a distance the large canvases look photographic but at as the viewer closed in on the artwork they can see the image is composed of intricate colors and varied dot work.
Loading...
Bill Nye by erikfoxjackson
Bill Nye
"Bill Nye" - Adobe Illustrator

This is part of a series I did for my Art Ed master's show. The series was of large digitally printed 36" x 54" canvases.

The idea was to play on a bunch of ideas from art history, starting with Pop Art's use of faces of modern icons - but instead I chose icons who also had something to offer to the world of education and would hopefully have more than "5 seconds of fame". The disembodied heads are a play on the term "Talking Head", which I used to represent their public advocacy of their chosen discipline. I used the techniques of Chuck Close to create a stippled artwork that would be more in the vein of a digital Seurat. The points used are supposed to be a simulacrum for digital print and display's composition of dots to create complex images. From a distance the large canvases look photographic but at as the viewer closed in on the artwork they can see the image is composed of intricate colors and varied dot work.
Loading...
I do commissioned work, custom designs, logos and illustrations;
prices negotiable based on project.

AdCast - Ads from the Community

Comments


Add a Comment:
 
:iconqcc-art:
QCC-Art Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Ever visited the QCC Art Gallery in Bayside, Queens?

qcc-art.deviantart.com/
Reply
:iconfreethecows:
FreeTheCows Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2011  Student General Artist
Happy B-Day!!!:party:
Reply
:iconfreethecows:
FreeTheCows Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2010  Student General Artist
Happy B-Day!!!:party:
Reply
:iconquinnecl:
QuinneCL Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2010
Thank you for the watch, friend!
Reply
:iconprojectunknown1:
projectunknown1 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2010
hey i have new stuff check it out i just colored somnething on photoshop and i need some feedback
Reply
Add a Comment: