Imaginings & Concepts
On this page, I would love to share with you the beauty of working visual assets is imagining what else could be of them when allowing your creativity to drift into other realms and possibilities. In some of the pieces shown on this page, I do offer background referencing as to what inspired certain works.
Torrentés Selected Wine for Argentinian Restaurant
While creating new commercial imagery for a local Argentinian BBQ restaurant here in Auckland, New Zealand, I was able to achieve these new works of promoting the restaurant's special selection of Torrontés wine. The Argentinian landscape had to play an important part to showcase the origin of the wine, set against the beautiful terrain with all its vibrancy and majesty. The imagery showcases what can be achieved with existing material as well as composited assets originally photographed elsewhere for the sake of completing one unique look. (Please Note: The photography of the Argentinian landscape and gaucho were sourced from another catalog, unfortunately with no proper credit, and, therefore, I can not claim credit here for the natural scenery.)
Blade Runner Concept
This visual concept composite is inspired from the longest time by the classic film (in addition to the glorious Vangelis' composed, timeless score) "Blade Runner." I have always been fascinated with cityscapes and futuristic renderings of the world of tomorrow. Whether being in awe of the illustrations of Syd Mead, Ralph McQuarrie (concept designer for "Star Wars"), or the dystopian landscapes as seen in "Blade Runner," I enjoy how marvelous the imagination can run when re-creating future worlds with a boundless imagination.
A world only creating itself together drifts through the vast universe. In time it will have its immense vacuities brought together.