Author Archives: cafargo

Canadian Artist and designer, living and working in Montréal.
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New experiments using FilterForge effects

Here are a few recent examples of original artworks that I scan and enjoy re-working using a variety of digital fx, including the wonderful array of 2d filters from FilterForge. Enjoy! Pierre D. – June, […]

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Experiments with my device drawing app

My sons and I are delving into my new device drawing app. We were having fun drawing different versions of the fabled Batman character. Enjoy 🙂 P. Device drawing app. 2016. Device drawing app. 2016. […]

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The Apparation of Grishenko

Pierre Duranleau: ‘The Grishenko Apparition’, c1999 One of three allegorical panels from the Anthropo-Technikon series, this painting combines pseudo-religious and post-industrial age mythological themes. The title itself suggests religious connotations reminiscent of subjects taken from early Western art. For […]

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Old Cafargo 3D Stuff

Here’s some old Cafargo 3D material. These ancient clip tidbits were more like sketches and ideas for animations that never saw the light of day. But, I learned much in the process and had some […]

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Rare 1979 interview with Philip K Dick

A wonderful historical and sociological gem recorded back in 1979 in Santa Ana, CA. I felt privileged to have had the opportunity to listen to P K Dick’s philosophical musings, his ideas, insights, and comments. […]

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about Thermo-Medolox

Thermo = Relating to kinetic energy/heat Medolox = Fictitious corporate identity The theme title for this series of works was borrowed from the title of one of my large paintings shown in the exhibition of […]

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The Shroud of Morgo

The Shroud of Morgo.  References to the controversial ‘Shroud of Turin’ religious artefact are more than obvious. However, the true meaning behind the CG portrait is not entirely meant to be religious in any way. […]

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