I generally don’t like blogs. However, every now and then I come across a blog that documents some interesting proccess as opposed to blabbing away about political opinions. So, I’ve created this blog to document the techniques and progress of this show and get the word out.
Background on the show
A few months ago I was standing in the doorway of Twenty Goto Ten chatting with Benjamin Belsky and Chris Abad about Ben’s upcoming show. At some point we started talking about t-shirts with 3D images on them and I came up with the idea of a hoodie with 3D glasses embedded into the hood. We laughed about the idea but I couldn’t stop thinking about 3D artwork and the like. I started watching 3D movies and even found a copy of Night of the Living Dead in 3D.
Eventually, I approached Chris and asked if he was interested in doing a 3D show. We agreed it was a neat concept, so I started brewing ideas. I settled on two things I’ve always fancied: Girls and Guns. Next, I wanted to demonstrate a few techniques used to display 3D images. So, put these ideas together and you get Girls with Guns displayed via a variety of methods in 3D.
Now on to shooting…