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8.500 x 11.000 inches
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Red Medusa Pop Graffiti Model
Drawing - Drawing With Graffiti Markers
Edward-X has created many hundreds of artwork, using colorful graffiti markers and spray paint to the digital synthesis of computer generated counterparts, that can be described collectively as "pop‐graffiti". He aspires to achieve a shift in thinking with anyone's mind who might experience his work and aims to also offer a special and meaningful perspective towards the undercurrents of digital and pop culture. A fresh and reflective awareness can be seen via his deep influences from prophetic masters Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Pablo Picasso and Banksy. Within the multicultural and technological mosaic of present day media his work challenges conventional understanding to ask the age old question: "What is art?". �
Cosmic dancing alien figures freely transfix upon pop fashion magazine ads and posters. They seem to depict not only a pop graffiti style and tone, but also a rare kind of pop modern surrealism and deconstructive abstraction as well that is alluring and mesmerizing. In both his use of dramatic line and stylish juxtaposition of form and movement, he opens up dialogue between otherwise unassociated energies. Reinterpreting messages and recurrent patterns of "Revolution", the letter/symbol X, and binary codes that are mysteriously embedded in media of all kinds, he discovers didactic lessons to draw upon. He comments on the paradoxical realities of our humanity while exploring both elements of light and darkness within the realms of positive social impact and our inevitable evolution in myriad aspects. Being an artist having lived in both the 20th and 21st Centuries, he loves creating pop graffiti and music for people to enjoy that vividly expresses our tumultuous and fascinating period of history.
June 20th, 2014
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