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Anthony Allen
Thumbnail; graphic design - Pink Pony
159. Pink Pony,
 graphic design, digital media
40 x 32
Thumbnail; graphic design - Label: Foundation
255. Label: Foundation,
 graphic design, digital media
32 x 40
Thumbnail; graphic design - Stencil
256. Stencil,
 graphic design, digital media
10 x 8
Thumbnail; graphic design - Label: Decent
257. Label: Decent,
 graphic design, digital media
32 x 40
Thumbnail; graphic design - Omorfia
258. Omorfia,
 graphic design, digital media
28 x 46
Thumbnail; graphic design - Ledge
264. Ledge,
 graphic design, cardboard & digital media
7 x 5 x 13
Thumbnail; graphic design - Ruins
265. Ruins,
 graphic design, digital media
6 x 3 x 2
Thumbnail; graphic design - Tag
266. Tag,
 graphic design, digital media
2 x 3.5
Image, Titled Omorfia
Omorfia, graphic design, Photoshop 9" x 15.25"
My designs incorporate all aspects of the art I have attempted. They are fueled and led by my drawings and sculptures. Over the past three years I have searched to find the style of art that best suits me. It wasn’t till I stopped searching and let my style form that I realized my work reflects classical art. Throughout my life I have been interested in the myths of ancient Greece and Rome. The classic ideal of the perfect form and beauty is something I try to include in my designs. I try to take an image and transform it slightly to bring its full beauty out.

The temples and ruins of Greece and Rome give me inspiration for my compositions. The symmetry and forms of the architecture are something I try to include when I can. I tend not to use these buildings with a landscape; instead I use them as floating shapes. This exposes the true beauty in the buildings’ form without being shadowed by a landscape.
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