Lone Justice is a country-rock band that is making a come back. The band originally broke up due to some creative differences. This tour addresses the multiple perspectives that put a strain on the band and ultimately led up to their separation. Inspiration for the designs were based off of the Rochester inkblot test. People look at these inkblots and what is seen can vary between individuals, much like how the band was perceived themselves. These inkblots were then arranged in various ways to create shapes with shapes themselves. Thus creating and changing the perspectives in which the inkblots are perceived.
As many artists know the first design isn’t usually
the best design. Here we can see the different stages
of the creative process of creating a design based on challenging the viewer’s perspective. There is an exploration of color and depth as the designs progress. Once the final design was reached the colors were dialed back to better communicate country rock music, yet still using the depth and orientation being explored from earlier attempts
From Ink To Digital
Some things are easier to create by hand than by computers. Each inkblot was created by placing different dots and lines of Indian ink onto watercolor paper, folding it in half, and reopening them to reveal magical patterns within. After creating several ink blots the most interesting designs were then scanned and used in the designs seen above.