Visualmyth Fabric designs, customized for kimonos. Double sided with a special design for the inside of the kimono. Pictured above is the "Infinity Kimono". Or - Use your sewing skills to create a beautiful kimono with the Visualmyth Fabric Kimono Kit. Coming mid February.
Visualmyth Fabric designs, customized for kimonos. Double sided with a special design for the inside of the kimono. Pictured above is the "Infinity Kimono". Or - Use your sewing skills to create a beautiful kimono with the Visualmyth Fabric Kimono Kit. Coming mid January.
"Don't Play That Song" written by Ahmet Ertegun and Betty Nelson. Sung by Peppino di Capri. From the movie "Il Sorpasso" directed by Dino Risi. Artwork and video by Patrick Burke. Visualmyth © Patrick Burke.
Neil Young's Heart of Gold is the soundtrack for this visualmyth. Computer graphics and animation powered by ONADIME. Heart of Gold © Neil Young. Visualmyth © Patrick Burke.
Love survives into the year 3000 in this visualmyth that remixes Paul Young's song Everytime You Go Away and sounds from Paul Downes of Cavern Studios, Amsterdam. (radio interference, solar and nuclear radiation). Animation powered by ONADIME. Visualmyth © Patrick Burke.
World Map 1794 by Samuel Dunn, details.
President John F. Kennedy's lucid warning to generations in the crosshairs of nuclear weapons. Contains excerpts from his American University Speech, June 10, 1963. The boatswain's whistle at the beginning signals "all hands on deck". Visualmyth © Patrick Burke.
A visualmyth inspired by the Portuguese Fado. Gisela Joao singing "Voltaste". Original artwork by Patrick Burke, egg tempera and graphite on paper and bisque fired earthen ware. "Telegram From Azul" Visualmyth © Patrick Burke. *вернуть "to return" - voltaste*.
Hashtag, a high quality legal cannabis store in Seattle. The first selection of the rotating tapestries include the wonderful Seattle Public Market Murals by Billy King, printed on fabric for the first time and ready to bring the Seattle magic to environments everywhere. Fiona McGuigan is exhibiting "Faces" - a wall transformer. We are also including a Nautical Collection tapestry, celebrating the legacy of ocean going cultures, including those in the Pacific Northwest with "Night Fishing on the North Pacific".