These are from a current student at City Tech. I really like how everything in each work attributes to the whole image. His style is also unique, differ from each other, and are overall extremely clean. He can be directly contacted through his social medias and his emailĀ .



I’ve learned how to better implement positive and negative relationship. Simplicity is key when it comes to positive/negative relationships. Craftsmanship also goes a long way and can make or break the overall presentation and the initial idea’s execution.



The different textures allow for similar colors to stand out from each other. The textures could be useful if used as a background. Since they’re pictures they can be used to make optical illusions and parts of photorealistic pieces.


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