Picture of my personalised phone case.

An Abstract Application of Awesome Art or an Amiable Application of Abstract Art?

Some of you that follow me across various social media platforms will have seen my dabblings over recent months but to others, this will be the first time that I will have exposed my randoms.

Now, setting the innuendo aside, what I am actually talking about is abstract art whereby I have taken a random source image and a single word emotion, feeling or statement and created a piece of abstract art.

This has been a fun experiment and over the coming weeks, I will document some of my favourites so that you can get the reasoning behind the piece and hopefully enjoy something a little ‘outside’ of the regular things that you see here.

To give you a little taster, here is a gallery of some of the pieces that I will be sharing.

Very proud of this little lot. Seriously even considered having them made up into a book – maybe I will still do that.

Perhaps I will even get a couple done up as prints for the walls of my new home – yep, moving house soon. Excited!!

Anyway, in the meantime, whilst mulling these things over, along with a whole bunch of others, I have been on the hunt for a new phone case that will hold some of the bits from my wallet so that I don’t have to keep carrying the both around – I know, lazy, right? Lol.

Despite there being literally thousands – probs millions – of ready-made ones available, I wasn’t really taken with any of them. Call me picky.

*tuts and rolls eyes

Anyway, it was around that time that Alex sent me an email.

Who is Alex?

Until this point, I had no idea but after I had read Alex’s email I discovered that Alex is part of the team at My Personalised Case, an online service allowing you to design your own phone case.

Image of My Personalised Case website.

With the idea of custom printed arty stuff on my mind and the desire for a useful phone case nagging at me I blinked, clicked on the link, blinked.

Then the brain gears kicked in and … a-ha!!!

Want to see what happened next? Check out this video…

How cool was that?!

What do you think – An Abstract Application of Awesome Art or an Amiable Application of Abstract Art?

Anyhoo, while you work that sentence out, if you too want to make your own phone case, be sure to check out the goodies at My Personalised Case – they’re well worth a look!

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to sharing more with you soon!

Bye for now.

J :)

9 thoughts on “An Abstract Application of Awesome Art or an Amiable Application of Abstract Art?

  1. Stunning Art John, can’t wait to see more of them.
    Great phone case, love the art on it.
    Thank you for showing both and have a great week!

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  2. You’ve got some wonderful wozzas there John! Can hear your brain rattling doing those. Looking forward to follow up. Phone case is fab. Got to look that up. Love all of your posts. You are a true inspiration. Never fail to amaze! Keep on Rockin’ 😀💖

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  3. Amazing abstract art John. I love the variety, some of them put me a little in mind of Game Of Thrones, not sure why!
    Anyhoo, I love them, and I love your phone case!
    Good luck with the upcoming move … you’re not heading back down south are you? Clare x

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  4. John, your abstract work is incredible, thank you for sharing, I wish I had a percentage of your talent. Your new phone case looks brill too – I may have to have one of those :) Hope the house move goes well xx

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