15 Photos - Feb 15, 2012
Photo: "A Walk in the Park" was designed to be a digital counterpart to a origami mobile of the same name. The mobile featured four origami trees and an origami figure (of my own design).Photo: "A Swim in the Sea" was designed to be a digital counterpart to a origami mobile of the same name. The mobile featured an origami figure (of my own design) and a large collection of origami fish surrounding the figure.Photo: "A Butterfly Migration" was designed to be a digital counterpart to a origami mobile of the same name. The mobile featured 99 origami butterflies hanging in a groups of eleven from a square framework.Photo: A website landing page for Halloween based on Charley Harper's "Visit My Website."Photo: A website landing page for Valentine's Day based on Charley Harper's "Visit My Website." I imported the graphic into Flash and added some animation (such as the "mummy bug" and the papers wiggling every once in a while).Photo: Fish Study, based on an origami fish design.Photo: "Daniel's Escher Fish," a work designed for a 16x20 print format. This work is based on the tight fitting, transitional shape design of M. C. Escher.Photo: Butterfly Study, based on an origami butterfly design.Photo: "Daniel's Escher Butterfly," a work designed for a 16x20 print format. This work is based on the tight fitting, transitional shape design of M. C. Escher.Photo: Penguin Study, based on an origami penguin design. Each penguin was modeled after an actual penguin species.Photo: "Daniel's Penguin Colony," a work designed for a 16x20 print format. This work represents half of the penguin species in the world.Photo: "Daniel's Escher Gull," a work designed for a 16x20 print format. This work is based on the tight fitting, transitional shape design of M. C. Escher.Photo: "Daniel's Monkey Island," a work designed for a 16x20 print format. This work is play on a psychological study involving monkeys, their love of cucumbers, grapes and strong sense of fairness.Photo: "The Last Night of Summer," a work designed for a 16x20 print format. One of those romantic memories.Photo: "Blue Moon," a work designed for a 16x20 print format. The focus was an attempt to capture a stunning night.