i would think they're like animations done from outer space that consist of millions of picture frames taken at a set time difference from the last one, combine that with a poster and you might get poster of the week if ur very lucky.
how do u know they aren't? okay i'm being a pedant, i push myself tho, speaking personally, i agree with you, we all should push ourselves into the 5th dimension, and me, i like to push my limits as far as i can every time to get the best out of me, and why not?(well almost every time)
I want to get to the point where I can draw a poster with one brush stroke. Zen style.
Then I'll get hyper technical like Geoff Darrow, get crazy small and clean.
Then I'll make posters by riding bicycles, covered in glow in the dark paint and do time lapse photographs from space...
Sure you or Jermaine himself can say that this less than staller drawing was the intent but by knowing his prior work I'd like to know what he was thinking with this. If his intent was to not look like Jermaine he succeeded. It wouldn't have been my choice of misdirection but I'm not Jermaine.
seriously. If you can draw, you can do it left handed, just not with the same dexterity. You still have all the understanding of placement and how to create it, but the execution just isn't there. I like doing it once in awhile, keeps things loose.
I like this one, but I would like it more if it had a border of some kind. or if it had a different format, like an actual photograph. Horizontal.
don't even go there with the drawing ability argument, i've been down that road brother and all u get is "well it has passion and soul" or "its meant to be like that, can't u see?" or "i prefer bad drawing to good drawing anyday".
i prefer this approach to the paintings, theres room for expansion and progress definitely, i just think its nice to see someone experimenting a bit and not allowing themselves to get pidgeon holed too much.
Ask him about his Color Ways. It's hysterical. He's all serious and shit like it's all sophisticated and our minds are too small to understand. Yup. Illustrator default pallette. Then he gets all mad and pulls out the look how many posters I've done argument. It's great. Try it Trucker.