I’ve moved my art blog to its own account. This one was a sub-account of my personal account, but I didn’t realize you can’t do certain things with a sub-account, so I moved it to its own separate primary account.

Please follow me or like and reblog my art posts from my new account: chromador.tumblr.com. Thanks!

"Lights in the Sky" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010. This glitch turned out looking kind of like a time lapse photo of the stars in the sky at night.

"Boston City Hall Overdrive" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010. This was an experiment in layering various parts of a glitched image on top of each other. The result reminds me of brutalist architecture. Boston’s City Hall is one of the best examples of this under-appreciated architectural style. 

Hi everyone,

I started this blog to share my art, but it was a sub-account to my main account. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize that you cannot follow other people and like their posts using a sub-account, so I am moving Chromador to its own primary account

I changed the name of this to chromador-old and registered the name chromador on a new account. If you like what I posted here so far, please follow my new account. I will no longer be updating this one, and may delete it in time.

Thank you! And sorry for the confusion.

-Greg

Blades 1 and 2 by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010 Blades 1 and 2 by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010

Blades 1 and 2 by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010

"Granny’s Handiwork" and "The Winds of Change" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010 "Granny’s Handiwork" and "The Winds of Change" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010

"Granny’s Handiwork" and "The Winds of Change" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010

"Everyone in France is Blue" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010. This was originally a photograph of an old Peugeot bicycle in my basement before I glitched it and edited it.

A distortion of the Chromador logo - June 2013. Not really a true glitch… more like a faux glitch.

"Blue Light Lens" and "Define Reality" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010 "Blue Light Lens" and "Define Reality" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010

"Blue Light Lens" and "Define Reality" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010

"Damaged Armor", "When You Stare at the Sun, What Do You See?", and "Nature vs. Technology" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010 "Damaged Armor", "When You Stare at the Sun, What Do You See?", and "Nature vs. Technology" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010 "Damaged Armor", "When You Stare at the Sun, What Do You See?", and "Nature vs. Technology" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010

"Damaged Armor", "When You Stare at the Sun, What Do You See?", and "Nature vs. Technology" by Gregory E. Pilling - August 2010