Preview image for "Mindscape Topography 1" an art work by Sacred Square Art and Design

“Mindscape Topography, Parts 1and 2” Reverse Technology Art for Meditation and Recreational Drug Use

Fun. Physical. Analog art meets the Digital side. Usually that means that you take a picture of something in the analog (real world) and bring it in to the computer into some kind of photo editing program, like Photoshop and do digital enhancing and fucketizing to said image. However here at Sacred Square Art and Design Corporation, we enjoy reverse engineering (like the gubbermint does to those pesky UFOs) and doing our fucketizing in the analog world and simply use the digital as a way of showing the products of our labors to the world. Not that the world terribly cares, but sometimes we like to believe it does. 🙂

Wet on wet spray paints of varying chemical makeup and colors blown thick and heavy onto metal sheets. Gooey, creamy and totally hallucinogenic and of course perfect for meditation and other aspects of contemplating your navel. In short, trippy cool goodness. And of course there’s the added bonus of the fumes from the spray paint as a stimulate to creative endeavor. Just kidding. Really.

Here’s a couple of pieces to consider and just groove on. For lack of a more funky, Zappa-esque title, I call them Mindscape Topography 1 and 2. Original sizes are pretty big, but remain unmeasured.

Here’s the images…

"Mindscape Topography 1" a wet on wet spray paint on metal art work by Sacred Square Art and Design.

"Mindscape Topography 2" is a wet on wet spray paint on metal art work by Sacred Square Art and Design

I think you can see why they appear as topography to me. Very NASA space probe like photos in a sense. Alien worlds. But, they may appear as something else to you. Blow them up full screen and enjoy falling in. Meditate or contemplate. You decide. And remember, you’re always right.

Comments? Rants? Opinions? We welcome all interaction with the world of free thinkers…

Well, sort of.

🙂 Enjoy,
Cosmo

P.S. Love you Zen Girl

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6 thoughts on ““Mindscape Topography, Parts 1and 2” Reverse Technology Art for Meditation and Recreational Drug Use

    • Well thank you, that is very kind. The process is as described in the opening paragraph. Simple actually. Spray paint of different colors laid down thick and heavy on non-absorbent material (glass, metal, etc,…) and left to interact on their own. Different types of paint (acrylic, enamel) tend to do weird things with each other, lol. Ambient temperature plays a part, as does other natural things that happen to occur like wind and rain. The randomness of the process is really what attracts me to it.

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