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Jon Malis


Size: 15 x 15 x 3 inches
Edition Size: 10
Medium: Fabric Dye, Lasers (basically it's a hand-dyed laser etched canvas bag)

  • 12oz Heavy Canvas
  • Bottom Gusset
  • Reinforced at stress points
  • 21 inch Web Handles


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About the Tote Bag:
The pattern on the bag employs a popular Photoshop tool: Perspective Correction, which is primarily used in architectural and landscape photography to align buildings and objects into parallel planes.I photographed a square grid at an oblique angle, and then used the Perspective Correction tool to re-align the gridlines back into perpendicular planes, resulting in an asymmetrical four-sided shape. That resulting shape was then aligned to fit within the bounds of the canvas tote, and the pattern etched into the fabric using a laser.

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About the Artist:
Jon Malis is an interdisciplinary artist based in Baltimore, MD. Initially trained as a photojournalist, his practice is based in the representation and display of visual content, focusing on how various methods of presentation and production can alter the viewer’s perception, interpretation, and experience of imagery. His current works seek to provide a physical definition of digital photography, creating images and sculptural forms based upon how computer color and digital processing unconsciously transforms imagery.



www.jonmalis.com


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Monday Nov 5 2018