Solva Seaweed: Open Source Art Means Nothing is Ever Done

This is a new set of visual compositions inspired by watching drifting clumps of seaweed in Solva harbour.
The images were initially collaged onto cellophane layers, then digitized. Just as the tide moves and shapes are never finished, always being reconfigured, so an open source design is never 'done'. Each composition is a provisional arrangement of the six unique layers created.

Each layer is available here free to download and re-use. Multiple iterations and re-uses are possible. I'd like to see your versions if you make any. Open Source Art Means Nothing is Ever Done.

License: Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike






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