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“Mergings”: High Art Powered By Concept and Coincidence

December 10, 2010   ·   0 Comments

?Half the fun of marijuana, for recreational users, is what you do after you get high. Pot, for many, is not an end in itself, but a way to alternatively experience art, music, culture, and life.And when paired with art that by itself can be consciousness-altering — like that of award-winning art director and graphic designer Steve Jerman — it can arguably provide us with insights on the human condition, and on a good day even moments of apotheosis.Jerman’s book Mergings is a book to be savored, to be re-experienced on different days and at different times of the day, and in various states of consciousness.”In Adobe Photoshop, I transpose two similar, but disparate, images to create a third image,” Jerman said, “which is full of intrigue because of the purposeful and coincidental shapes, colors and tangencies achieved.”

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