Here's a photo manipulation I did of one of my gig shots, where I tried to give it the most psycho-trippy feel I could:
Here's an image of my lovely wife, Laure, that I manipulated a bit. She's got that 'Mona Lisa' expression thing going here, very enigmatic, which is why I love this picture. If you know her, you'll know why this is funny.
She's probably more comfortable with her depiction as a South Park chahracter:
She's holding her two favorite beverages, too!
I prefer the arty-abstract stuff myself:
Here's a sort of amusing portrait of Laure's family from a wedding photo of ours that I manipulated:
Here's some neon-ish Poster Art I did for one of the bands I'm in, "SHUT UP MARIE"
and some other experiments with band imagery.
I really like this experiment...can't describe it, though...
This next one is like a Peter Max meets Andy Warhol sorta thing...
This one is like a neon/crayola freeze-frame strobe image or something...
Here is an experiment I did on the HOMELESS MULTIMEDIA logo, which was created by MARK SEGAL (with help from Mark Mylar) of BAG:THEORY, who also created the cover for the BAG:THEORY album and covers for all the PAPERBAG records shown on my discography page.
(note: almost all the graphics treatments were done within MAGIX Video Deluxe 2.0+)