Artist's description:

This is the very first spray painted canvas I ever made. It was a collaboration with one of my best friends when we both first became intrigued with spray paint. The inspiration came from Rorschach ink blots, as we felt a connection to spray painted works that required a look deeper, and had varying interpretations. We liked this idea for multiple paintings, an aesthetic theme that could become a series. The gas mask concept evolved out of a conversation about how each of us knowingly or unknowingly filter immense amount of data each day in the Information Age. Our news feeds, class, work, television, music, film, all riddled with advertisements, giving us no escape from media culture but to turn off our devices and stay home. This painting reflects a moment of overwhelm, a feeling that there was a lot of gunk in my filter.

Materials used:

Spray paint, stencils

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This artwork is sold by Ryan Halsne from United States

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