Because I do not have Photoshop installed on my computer (will take care of that at some point) and did not check out a laptop with PS installed, I used GIMP, which is a free and open-source alternative to Photoshop. It's not the best, but it works fine enough for now. As for the actual image, I decided to use red, black, and yellow for the main color palette instead of yellow, black, and white. I started by using a lasso tool to select abstract shapes on the digital canvas, and the result can be seen in the first image below. Afterwards, I set up the brush in a way that allowed for more torn/jagged edges. I used that to roughen up the edges between colors and create fragments in the black areas. The results of that can be seen in the second image below. After that, I used a GIMP filter that creates the effect of the image being on a canvas (low setting), and the final result can be seen in the main image and the third image below.
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