Based on an idea from a controversial DSquared2 'T' shirt, this subverts the sentimental mainstream animation fed to the world by Disney and literally sticks its arse in the air to it's sanitised portrayal of reality. Sure, most of us like it like that?
Part of a series of large monochrome reimaginings and somewhat kitsch, this works is hugely detailed, and taps into both our obsession with iconism and the stories which often lay just beneath the surface. It considers the excesses of the ultra feminine and ultra masculine and challenges our views on the sanitised characters created for family consumption.
Hand drawn then digitally tweaked, my artworks are plot-cut and then assembled by hand, uniquely bridging a gap between tradition processes and digital art.
The finished artwork is created from layers of Avery 800 plot-cut cast vinyl on bright white matt 300gsm paper. Supplied ready to frame.
Avery 800 Series Cast Vinyl, 300gsm matt photograpic paper