It is what it says.
Some Photoshop play with filters and layers to get the type nicely 'stitched' onto the zooomed in brassthread stitched stripe of a military jacket also implying the association with stitches of swords a soldier in the 18th century might have gotten during fights.
Rock or bone? For sure no bone that became a stone, but some bizarre stones that reminded me in shapes and colours of skeletons.
Filter- and layerplay in Photoshop - I don't need any computer games, just never take a away my Photoshop.
3D Letters from Illustrator (could be also done in Photoshop CS5)
somewhat twisted, layered and powered up in Photoshop, playing with all sorts of layer blending modes, adjustment layers and brushes
Some play with irritation, scattered symbols, passing images that tremble from train noises.
Another play with type, filters and curves in Photoshop with the intention to make the 2-dimensional screen waving and distorted like a fragile clothe woven by our perceptual senses.
Basic images: profane tire profile and a simple pattern of white and black circles...
Typeface: Harnished Halo.
slightly surrealistic question of the calling light...
background in Cinema 4D, modification in Photoshop... for another piece of screen art to make the pixelspace more 3-dimensional with focus and blur, bending and distorting light and type.
Typeface: Cyberotica (manipulated slightly...:-)