The Canyon House was a personal project for resale.
Each print was made using very high quality 1600dpi + scans of construction paper. A special apparatus was used to keep the scanner lid open so it wouldn't apply pressure to the paper but still not spill light inside so that the texture and tiny shadows remained in the scan and didn't become flat.
Each piece was built in Illustrator and each part color coordinated so that it could be easily deconstructed and reassembled in Photoshop to apply the construction paper textures. At a native 300dpi, each print is over 6 feet wide.
The first, Daybreak, was inspired by the architectural photography of Julius Shulman, and depicts a home transitioning from light to dark.
This home was inspired by the mid-century modern architecture of Palm Springs, CA.
Not belonging to either of the homes featured in the previous two pieces, this living room sits alone as the only interior-view in the series. The cat is meant to add to the stillness of the scene, and is the counter to the man standing on the balcony in the first piece, Daybreak.