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Painting: Spray Paint on Paper, Plastic.
A series of works I made in 2014, limited editions of 25. The technique used is inspired by the dot paintings of Damian Hirst and the pop sensibilities of the Ed Hardy machine; while the content draws inspiration from the increasing use of unmanned aerial vehicles in our society. The text on each borrows phrases from popular culture and replaces one important word with "drone" or "drones", creating a new phrase for a new societal climate.
These are small framed pieces with backgrounds of spray-painted phrases in Olde English font. Phrases available are "Drone as Fuck", "Drones Over Bitches", "Drone Pride", and "Drone Life". The foreground consists of small colorful plastic planes, mounted on steel rods, to create depth and an optical illusion of movement.
Different frames/colors along with different plane patterns are available. Hanging hardware is included, pieces are ready to go!
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