David Shrigley’s work verges on the thin line between humorous insanity & profound philosophical meaning. This is a short interview with him about an animation piece for the ICA.
Amazingly ridiculous neon neo-90’s rave monsters from future primitive fashion line Casette Playa.
Top left: Crash, Wreck, Accident (thursday bonus for jenny) Top right: Boy-King Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV, Bottom left: Italian Girl, Italian Greyhounds (in progress), Bottom right: Bus Stop (Cheers). Lauren is a freelance illustrator living in Chicago, a graduate of Rhode Island school of Design.
Designer Aaron Draplin’s tirade is probably not the most eloquently phrased criticism on the present practice and goals of graphic design but it definitely holds some truth. He’s actually a branding specialist…
At the root of Matthew Monahan’s sculptures and drawings are physical attributes common to all humans: the face and the body itself.