“Mad Surf” by J-M Guyaux is inspired by “The Great Wave”, painted by Hokusai and considered Japan’s most famous artwork.
J-M Guyaux manipulates a free vector downloaded from the Internet via audio, video and photo software to reveal a graphic and colorful content. His source picture is absent of any color with the exceptions of white and variations of blue.
The work as presented on Sedition is an adaptation of a physical work that is available as a 16"x20" chromogenic metallic print bounded to a deep-cradled wood painting panel and sealed in polyepoxide resin.
It is part of J-M Guyaux’s series of allegorical images viewable at https://jmguyauxvisuals.com