some logic by rop van mierlo depicts amorphous animal paintings
 
some logic by rop van mierlo depicts amorphous animal paintings some logic by rop van mierlo depicts amorphous animal paintings
apr 24, 2014

some logic by rop van mierlo depicts amorphous animal paintings

some logic by rop van mierlo depicts amorphous animal paintings
all images courtesy of rop van mierlo

 

 

 

amsterdam-based graphic designer rop van mierlo has created the book, ‘some logic’ using his wet-on-wet painting style to colorfully depict different creatures. the pages are filled with amorphous, fuzzy-shaped images, displaying vibrant blobs that are still recognizable as various wild and domesticated animals. a pigeon playfully struts across the page, a fiery orange horse thunders through a white field, the crocodile raises its head from the morass, while two goats peer curiously at the reader. the self-published hardcover book is a cheerful reading volume that is set to be appreciated by all ages.

 

 


‘the making of some logic’
video courtesy of rop van mierlo
approximately 400 paintings, various sizes, 8 fps
music by young marco

 


cover image

 


pigeon

 


bumblebee

 


sunshine

 


bats

 


horse

 


crocodile

 


goats

 


butterfly

 


panda

 


back cover, poem by jan willem sterenborg

 

 

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