70s Pop Tiles, A3 100-up

Unique pen plotted generative art, each a 1 of 1.

Trying to show what the 70s Pop tiles look like when separated and then getting carried away.

Β£139.00

I made a few plots to show how the 70s Pop pattern was constructed. How the tiles all fitted together, and what they looked like apart. Here is a 10-by-01 design, exploded into 100 tiles. But then I decided to cram more tiles into each square, and give them a rotation! Each one of these is different and unique, no two sets of the plots are the same.

Fancy having some artwork you can point at and go "No-one else has this version of the plot", then you've come to the right place! 😁

  • πŸ“† 30th September 2021
  • πŸ† Random open edition
  • ⏳ 2h 14m
  • πŸ“ 69.33m
  • πŸ–‹ Staedtler pigment liner 0.8mm
  • 🎨 Staedtler pigment Black
  • πŸ“„ A3 Bockingford watercolour 300gsm cold pressed⁣⁣ - 29.7 Γ— 42.0cm, 11.7 Γ— 16.5in
  • πŸ€– AxiDraw V3/A3 pen plotter
  • πŸ’» Javascript SVG @revdancatt
  • πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ¨ Original Β© Daniel Catt 2021
  • Reference: 70T-WH-BL-A3-100x45-02

Signed and dated on the front, shipped flat without the frame.

Special Instructions

The ink used in this work is archival-ink, light-fast and fade-resistant, the paper is acid-free and also fade-resistant. That said, it's still probably wise to frame it and hang it somewhere out of direct sunlight.